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Hand like this hand 
Shall throw open the gates of 
new life to thee! 
See the Christ stand!" 
■ — Robert Browning. SAUL 



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Man's distinguishing- deeds are the fruit of his mind, 
but the hand is the agent of the brain in all of these works. 
In ages when physical strength iniled the world, the hand 
was the symbol of power, and even now clasped hands are 
the sign of friendship and trust. Since the symbolism of the 
hand is manifested in so many familiar ways, we have 
chosen the hand as the theme of this year's annual. 

For the last two score and one years, a firm and kindly 
guiding hand has molded the character and directed the 
thought of our student body. The staff, therefore, in ap- 
preciation of his tireless friendship and trust, wishes to 
dedicate this 1957 Rainbow to 



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PRESIDENT 




ANTON PAUL MARKERT. B.S., in C.E., M.A. 

SECRETARY SECRETARY 





VARIE S. BOLTON 
(Mrs. G. L.) 



BOOKKEEPER 



MAYBELLE MILLER, B.A. 
(Mrs. D. F.) 




DOUGLAS BOYD ROBINSON 
A.G., M.A. 



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COUNSELOR 



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E. GARVIN MILLER PAULINE l;l,i;.-;i; STEVENS. R.N. 

A.B.. M.Ed. (Mrs. K, C.) 




ELIZA HARRIS 
(Mrs. L. E.) 



the hand that ope'd the gate shall forever hold the key." 

— James Jeffrey Roche. Panama 




TA C U L T y 






Bailie, Margaret, B.S. 

B.A. 
Born in AuBTUsta. G&.. J.C. 
A., Con\TsrBe ColIeEC, Emory 
University. Member of Ga, 
Library Ass'n. G. E. A, and 
A. A. U.W. Librarian; Library 
Schedule Committee 



Braddy, Ann Wishart, 

A.B.; M.A. 
Converse ColieKc. Teaches 
English. 



Bartles, Lora Beth, 

(Mrs.) B.S. 
Bom in GlennviDe, Ga, 
Gn. Teachers CoIleBe. Toach- 
Gs Typinn. Clerical Train- 
ing. and Shorthand. 



Brown, William E. 
University of Ga. Mvmber of 
American WuldinK Society. 
Teaches Autu Mechanics. 



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Clark, Nancy Betty, 
B.S. 

It.>rn in Auiiusta. Ga. J.C.A.. 
Winlhrop CoJIcKe. Teachvw 
Physical E<lucation. Adviser 
for GAA and Cheerlcnders. 
GirU Basketball Conch. 



Cordle. Charles Guy 
B.A.: M.A. 

Born in Liltleton. N. C. Trini- 
ty College. Columbia Uni- 
versity. EnY-^)r>- University 
Uni\'vr»ity of Gconria. Phi 
Beta Knppa. Phi Kappa Phi. 
Phi Theta Kappa. Teaches 
Hi«tor>'; Honors Committee, 
Libra r>' Committee. J.C. A. 
Schedule Committee. 



Botton, G. Langston, 

B.S. 
Born in Sale City. Gn. Em- 
dry University. University 
of Ga.. University of North 
Carolina. Tenches Mnthv- 
matics. Athletic coach. 



Burgamy, Alice Tate, 

B.A. 
Born in Elberton, Gii. Mer- 
cer University. Member of 
Kappa Delta Ei)si)un. Cnr- 
dinul Key Leadership. Eta 
Sicmu lota. Alpha Delta Pi. 
Teaches English. Dramatics 
Club Adviser. 



Dasher, George Martin 
Born in Ausfusta. Gn 
Teaches Wood Shop. 



Duford, Raymond 

Clemson Collewe. Member 
of AVA Society 



Dolynluk, Harry, B.A. 

M.A.T. 
B»>rn in Ihlfietd. North Da- „ . . , , fi_. • i. 

kuta. State Teachers ColleRc Fundamentals of Electricity 
in North Dakota. University 
of Colorado, Indiana Uni- 
versity. Tenches Physical 
Sciences and ChemUtr>-. 



DuPuis, EIroy, A. 8.; 
A.M. 
Tenchi-s Born in Wnrrenton. Ga. Uni- 
versity of Georicia and Uni- 
versity of North Carolina. 
Teaches EnKlish and AIrv- 
bra. 



Eubankfi. John Evans Flythe, Starkey Sharp, 

Born in Aiken County. S. C. B.A. 

Wdfford C"lUire, Columbia Burn in AuKusta. Ga. Uni- 
rniversity. American Acad- vcniity of the South. Tench- 
• my in Rume, Italy. Member es EnElish. 
"f S. C. Historical S<K:icty. 
Teaches History, Govern- 
ment, Psycholojty. Chris- 
tinn Workers Council Ad- 
viser. Honors and Library 
Committecn. 



Friedman, Louis, 
B.S.: M.M. 

Iti.rn in Winchester. Ky. 
University of Kentucky. 
University of Cincinnati, 
Northwi.'stern Uniwrsily. 

Phi Mu Alpha and Phi Delta 
Kappa. Tenches Music. Spon- 
^■o^ of the Band. 



Greer, Margaret P., 
(Mrs. J.C.) B.S. 

Born in Glenn Sprintrs. S. 
r. University of North 
< nrolina Women's C<tHejre. 
Teaches Shorthand and Typ- 



Galloway, Norman L., 
B.S.: M.A. 

Born in Mayfi.-Id. Ky. Bowl- 
inK Teachers CoIIejre, Mur- 
ray Teachers Colleew Pea- 
body Colle«e. Teaches Psy- 
ehohxry. Economics, Socio* 
lufcy. and History. 



Grimsley, Wtlliam E. 

University uf G»irKia. Mem- 
ber of Refrtiterntion EnKt- 
ncers. Teaches Air Condi- 
tioninir and Refriscration. 



Edmondson, Frances 

A.E. 
Gf.'onrin State Collcae /or 
Women. Member of Busi- 
nes-t Administration Socie- 
ty. Tenches Shorthand. Typ- Teaches R«di 
intf. and Office Machines, 

(not pictured » 



Graves, William 

Alabama State Teachers Coi- 

IcKe, University of Alabama 

and Princetcm University. 

and Tctevi- 



(not pictured) 



Fox, Lawrence Albert 

M.A.: B.A. 
Born in Bancroft, Iowa. 
Iowa State Teachers Coltciro, 
State University of Iowa, 
University of N. C. Mem- 
ber of Aristotelian Litcrory 
Society. Alpha Delta Alpha 
Technical Society. TVachcs 
EnKincerinu and Mechanical 
Dniwinir. Industrial Art, 
Build inK and Grounds Com- 
mittees. 



Gtlllland, Mary 

Savage, B.A.; M.A. 

Hi>rn in Spartanburir. S. C. 
Converse C«rIleKe ond Colum- 
bia University. Member of 
Delta Kappa Gnmmn Society 
nnd National Council of 
Teachers of Math. TVnch>-> 
Mathematics. Memlwr of 
Hunor^ Committee. 



Halbert, Leah Dorothy, 
B.M. 

Born in Cincinnatus. N. Y. 
Syracuse Unvemity and Cor- 
nell University. Member of 
Delta Knppa Gamma Society 
ond AuKustA Music Club. 
Teaches M'usic. Treble Clef 
Club and Choralicrs Spon- 
sor. Chairman faculty com- 
mittee for music. 

Hardy, George, B.S.; 

A.E. 
University of Gcurifia and 
Clemson CoUeffe. Co-ordlna- 





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TA C U L T y 



Harmon, Wynona 

Colorado A. and M. CoUege. 
Teaches Cosmetology. 



Heffernan, Shirley 
Koontz, B.S. 
B.A.L.S. 

Born in Augusta; Ga. Jun- 
ior College of Augusta, and 
University of Georgia. Teach- 
es Biology. 



Howell, William 

Colclough, 

B.S. 
Born in Columbia, S. C. 
Draughon's Business College. 
University of S. C. and 
Newberry College. Teaches 
Commercial subjects. 



Johnson, Hilton N., 
Sergeant 

Born in Pinetown. N. C. 
Teaches M S & T. WW-2-5 
Battle Star. Korean-W. H. 
Battle Star, and 9 other 
medals. 



Hathway, Leander R. Hearn, Jane, B.A.; 

Captain B.A.; L.S. 

Born in Nashville, Tenn. Born in Duncan, Mississippi. 
Mercer University and Uni- Murray State Teachers Col- 
versity of Georgia. Mem- lege: Emory University, and 
ber of Parachute Infantry University of Te.xas. Libra- 
Regiment (1942-1945). Teach- rian and English teacher, 
es Military Science and Tac- 
tics. Adviser for Sabre Club, 



Hegstad, Duane Roger 

Corporal 
Born in Slayton, Minnesota. 
Mankato State Teachers Col- 
lege. OCC Japan, served in 
Korea. W-5 Battle Stars, 
CIB. D.U.B.. and Good Con- 
duct. 



Howard, George 

Turner, B.S.; L.L.B. 

Born in Augusta, Ga. U. S. 
Naval Academy and George 
Washington University. 
Teaches Spanish. Member of 
Discipline Committee. 



Huffman, Thomas J., Inman, Frank E., B.S.; 

A.B.; M.A. M.Ed. 

Born in Griffithsville. West ^o'^ i" Augusta. Ga. Pres- 
Va. Marshall College. Ohio byterian College and Duke 
State, and Duke University. University. Teaches Psychoi- 
Teaches History. oi?y and Chemistrj-. Head 

Coach and Athletic Direc- 
tor. 




Lucky, J. Curtis, B.S. 
Bom in Augusta. Ga. Uni- 
versity of Georgia. Teaches 
Mathematics. 



Marshall, Mary 
Jaquelin, A.B.; M.A. 

Born in Hamptvin, Va. J. C. 
A. Shorter College, Baylor 
University. Member of Alpha 
Delta, A.A.U.W. G.E.A. Ga. 
Council of English Teach- 
ers. Teaches English. Ad- 
viser for Annual. Member of 
Humanities Committee. 

McDaniels, Jesse L., 
B.A.; M.A. 

Born in Osyka, Misa. Bowl- 
ing Green College and Pea- 
body CoUege for Teachers. 
Member of Pi Omega Pi 
(Beta Alpha), Teaches Busi- 
ness Education. 



Mitchell, Charles 

Harold, A.B.; M.A. 
University of Pittsburgh. 
Teaches English. 



Lambert, Frank Edwin, 

B.A.; M.A. 
Born in Denison. Texas. 
Tarleton State Junior Col- 
lege. North Texas State, 
Peabody College. Member of 
American Institute Chem- 
ists, American Association 
University Professors. Na- 
tional Society Inventors, 
American Men of Science, 
American Association fur 
Advancement of Science. 
Teaches Chemistry. Catalog 
Committee. 

Martin, Robert E. McAuliffe, Ruth 

Sergeant Gregory, A.B.; M.A. 

Born in Pensacola, Fla. WW- ^^rn in Augusta, Ga, Agnes 
2-W-7 Battle Stars, and 7 Scott College, University of 
other medals. Teaches Mili- North Carolina, and Colum- 
tary Science and Tactics. ^ia University. Teaches His- 
tory and Latin. 



McGahee, Milbra M. 

Born in Augusta. Ga. Augu- 
sta Training School for 
Teachers. University of 
Georgia. Teaches American 
History. Member of Honors, 
Audio- Visual, and Discipline 
Committees. 



McManus, Fred, B.S.E. 
Born in LaFayette, Ala. Uni- 
versity of Georgia. Teaches 
Economic and World Geo- 
graphy. Athletic coach. 



Moseley, Joseph Rufus 
B.S.; M.S. 

Born in Byron, Ga. Emoiy 
University. Teaches Mathe- 
matics. 



Murphy, William G., 
B.S. 

Born in Charleston, S. C. 
University of Alabama. 1st 
Lt. Infantry ( 1940-1948 ) , 
and MSgt U.S. Army 1951 
to dale. Tenches Military 
Science and Tactics. 



Oellerich. William 
Grover, B.S. 

Born in Augusta. Ga. Jun- 
ior College of Augusta and 
University of Georgia. Mem- 
ber of Beta Kappa Chapter 
of Kappa Delta Pi. Teaches 
Mathematics. 









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Overstreet, Sara Owens, Auburn 
Winnie. B.S.: M.A. Gabelle., A.B. 

Emor>' University and Geor- University of Georsia. 

g-ia Suite C'oUcfre for Wo- Teaches EnBlish. 
men. Teaches French. 



Otwell. Elizabeth 

Dowling, (Mrs. J. C) 

B.S. 
Bom in Aususta, Ga. Sa- 
lem CoIleEc University of 
North Carolina, University 
of Wisconsin. Member of 
Delta Kappa Gamma So- 
ciety. Teaches General 
Science. Biolottj'. and Chem- 
istry. 

Read, Henry Osgood, 
Ph. B.: M.A. 

IJorn in M;icnn, Ga. Ennorj- 
University. Columbia Uni- 
versity. University of Cali- 
fornia. University of Gi. 
Member of CoIIeue Enjilish 
Association. PoetO' Society 
of Ga. Tciches Ennlish. Di- 
rector of J. C. A Dramatics 
Qub. Libmrj*. Honorn. Dra- 
maticji. and Public Speak- 
injr Committei's. 

Rodgers, James K. Rose, Walter Henry, 

UnivtTnity cff Georcin. Mem- B.A.' M.S. 

bir of American Society of _ * .* . . -,_ ,,_. 

,, , -If T L Born in AuKUsta. ua. uni- 

Me<-hnnical Enjrineers. Teach- ""' .. , ... . : „. » r- a 

™, w».v.i»- ci.„« versity of Miiwiwippi. J.C.A. 

c^ Machine Shop. g^,j ^^^^^ Research Station. 

Member of BeU Beta Beta 
Socit!ty Omicron Delta Knp- 
pa Society ori Ichlhyolo- 
fristx and HcrpctoH>^ta 
Teachen Science. Adviser 
for Student C*>uncil- 



Robertson. Joe Mays, 
B.S.; M.A. 

Born in South Carolina. 
Clemson Colletre and Uni- 
versity of Florida. Member 
\>t American Math. Asa'n. 
Teaches Sciences, and Mathe- 
matics. 



Scott, George Milton, 
A.B.; B. Lit. — in Jour- 
nalism. M.A. 
Bom in PrteraburEh. Tenn. 
ITnivenity of Chattanoum, 
Columbia University. Duke 
University. Member of Sijr- 
ma DelU Chi Fraternity. 
Teaches EnRlish. Journalism, 
and Spcvch. AdvUer for 
Musketeer. 

Sutton, Chester M. 
A.B.: M.A. 

Horn in Summerfi»'ld. N. C. 
Guilford Ci>neirc. Haverford 
ColIeKe, University of North 
Carolina. Duke University. 
Teaches Enjrlish. Member of 
Honors, Catalog, and Hu- 
manities Committ*?es. 

Turner, Ruby Cloer 

(Mre.) B.A.: M.A. 
Born in Patterson. N. C. 
University of Cconria and 
Univemity of Florida. Teach- 
es Enslish, and Distribu- 
tive Education. Adviser for 
Dramatics Club. 



WIIMams, Arthur 

Leonard, B.A.: M.A. 

Horn in P^mnnin'l County. 
Ga. Wiike Forrest Colletre 
and Poabody Colhnre. Teach- 
es Htstor>' and Ectm«mic». 
Athletic coach. 



On Leave: 

Hall. Mary Evans, 
(Mrs.) B.S. Busi- 
ness Education. 



(not pictured) 
Turner. Jamee, 



Shalonga. Ursula. 

(Mrs. W. B.) A.B. 
University in Nurnburvr. 
Germany. Teaches Enicllsh. 



Tallent. Major L. 
B.S.E. 

lti»rn in Madiwmville. Tenn. 
University of Arkansa*. 
Teaches American History 
and Economic Gwnrraphy. 
Coaches Football and Ten- 
nis. 



Wallace. Shelby Lee, 

B.A.; M.S. 
Born in Mcmphin. Tenn. 
Univemity of Mississippi. 
University of Geoniia. Miss- 
issippi State Colhve. Gulf 
Coast Ke«earch Laboratory. 
BeU Beta Beta and AAAS. 
Teaches Bwloiry. Science, 
and PsychoJoiry- Adviser for 
Audi(»VisUBl Education. 

Williams. Grover 
Benton, A.B.: M.A. 

Bom in Kinif and Queen 
County. Va. William and 
Mak7 CoHeue. Ohio State 
University. Member of ex- 
ecutive commillee of Vir- 
(rinia Educational Associa- 
tion. Teaches Mathvmatics. 
Member of Various faculty 
committees. Adviser for Stu- 
dent Council. 

(On Leave) 

Dye, James, B.S.; 

English. 
I not pictured) 
Williams, Beverly 

Jean 

Bob Jones University. Mem- 
ber of Kermanion Literary 
Society. Teaches BookecptnK 
and Typinn. 




Robinson, Douglas, 

A.B.: M.A. 
Emorj- University Teaches 
Commercial Subjects. 



Sackett. Minnie M. 

B S 
Bom* in Saluda. S. C. Gcor- 
tcia Teachers CollcKC. Teach- 
es Commercial subjects. 



Strauss, Grace E. A.B.; 

M.A. 
Born in AuKUnta. Ga. Uni- 
vemity of Geoniia and 
CV>lumbiB University. Phi 
Beta Kappa and Pht Kappa 
Phi. Teaches History and 
American Government. 



Tallcy. Joseph 

LeConte, B.S.; M.S. 

Born in Mncon. Gn. Georgia 
Tech.. University of Geortrla. 
Mcreer Univemity, and 

Columbia Univemity. Teach- 
n Physicj^. Electronics, and 
Mathematics. 



White, Margaret 

Videtto, B.S. 
Bom in AuiruxU. Gn. Geor- 
Kin State Collene for Wo- 
men and Universlly of Geo r- 
Kin. Member tH Delta Kappa 
Gamma SoHety. Teaches 
Komemakinir. Adviser for 
Future Homemakem of 
America. 

Winters, Donald 

Stout InBtituH-. and Univer- 
sity of G«»ritia. Teaches 
Printinii. 



Wise, Percy, A.B,; 

M.A. 

B*.m in Batesburit. S. C. 
Univemity of South Carolina. 
Univemity of North Caro- 
lina. Univemity of Blinois. 
Duke Univemity. Institut dc 
Touraine. France, and Es- 
cueln Normal. M'exico. Teach- 
es French. Spanish, and 
EnKllsh. 



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OFFICERS 

Martha Anne Wiggins President 

John M. Drew Vice President 

Rosalind Zucker Secretary 



J. C. A. CLASS POEM 

There are those who have inspired us to 

higher aims of knowledge 
And to deeper understanding of the rudiments 

of college. 
The professors, as we strive pushing onward 

to our goal. 
Shall we carry in our memory as long as to 

life we hold. 
There are friends who have helped us share 

the joys of college days 
And the problems of a higher learning and 

the challenge of its ways. 
May we all remember how we planned on bigger 

things ahead. 
And may these hopes and dreams of ours lind 

fruition in their stead. 
So may the hand of college friendship reach 

across the years, to heaven. 
This the wish of our class, the Class of "57. 
— Joy Townes. 




James Crawford 

Member of ArmstrotiB, CoUeKe 

Bnskvtba]] team. 

"He rows, rides, ilancca — ad- 
mirably done, 

Dclitfhts in each, and yet de- 
pends on none." 



Walter J. Cuibreth 



"The reward of one duty done 
is the power to fulfill another ." 



Connie Currie 

Annual nUff 1: ZcU Rho S>k- 

ma 1, 2: 

"Her modest looks the cattaRC 

miirht adum. 
Sweet nw the primrose pccpn 

beneath the thorn." 



Gloria Isabelle Barton 

M*-mber of the WomcnV Chitrule 
:.t Kmory Univemity; Member 
■.f the C(»e«l Association at Em- 
iTy Univentily. 

"Work well done makes pleaHurc 
more fun." 



Gordon Mial Bracl< 

"Skill to do Climes of doinii.' 



Louis Phillip 

Christman, III 
'To prnvf he knows it, 



only 



prnVf 
watch awhile 
That humorouN. tender, half- 
narcustic smile." 




John Marshall Drew 

Honor 1 ; Student Council 2 : 
"Why. then. mcthinkft. 'tis 
time to smile attain." 



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Nancy Rieves Ford 

Zeta Rho Si^ma Soroiity. Prcs. 
"True happiness ( from Ella 

we've understood ) 
Consists alone in doing good." 



Pete Garland 

"On with the dance ! Let joy 
be unconfined." 



Hugh Grover 

"TalkinE with such a friend is 
nothing else than thinking out- 
loud." 



Joseph Humphreys 

' l.ittip chips start hW. firen." 

Marvin Vernon Jenkins 

Valwlifturinn. I'hi ThcL-i Kappit 
HiKht'st Honor 1-^ ; Chemistry 
Award 1; Freahmiin Scholnrship 
Mwiol 1. 

"Few things are impossible tn 
U> diligence and skill," 

Carey Tolbert Johnson 

■'An eye whose judgment none 
effect could blind." 

Nancy Ivester 

Swimming team 1 ; basketball 1 : 
tonnirt 1 ; all at Anderson Jr. 
College: Choralit'i-s 2. 
"When we reveal her world of 

delightful design, 
We find she always has other's 

happiness in mind," 




Courtland Guerm 

"To err is human ; to forgive 



Barbara Lou Anne 

Hammett 
"Fine figurt- and fine manners 

without doubt : 
Determine half her charm and 
bear me out." 



Betty Howard 
Zeta liho Sigma 2 : Masque- 
teers 1 ; CTioraliers 1. 
"Of all thoae arts in which the 



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Carole Elizabeth Little 

Student Council, Sec. Treas. 1 : 

Phi Thetn Kappa 2. 

"Her keen eyes liKht it: keen. 

yet often kind. 
Hor fair hair crowns it. to 

an artist's mind." 



Robert H. McKenzie 

"What ti' tnkf up he kno 
nd what tu drop: 
How to dny clever thinen. nnd 
when to stop." 



Virgil Merritt 

"Hnppy in nnturc, hi>nc8t in 



HnmUomc in fncc. stronR 




Walter Moody 

"Take-* New World freedom 
ami with cAno. 
He's but lo plenoe himitvlf. the 
wnrld to plea»c." 



Camilla Paschal 

['hi Thctii Kappa 2 
"She'* not too cnrcIcM, not con- 
ventional quite: 
Docn what she |ikc». knowi 
what (the does is r)Kht," 



Silas Pittman 



Barbara Simpson 

"In f»hc not more than arti«tii 
can express. 
Or youthful poets fancy when 
they love?" 

Gail Vansant 

Ch<triilierH 1 : TreaBuror; Canter- 
bury Club l-2-«ecreti»r>' : Honorn 
1 : ZeU Rho SiKma 2; Dra- 
matic Club 1 : 
"Her look* compOBod, and 

ntcady i?yc 
Bespoke a malchlesJi con- 

Htancy." 

Janice Whitlaw 

Choraliora 1: Dramatic Club 1 ; 
Zcta Rho SiKma 2: Honors 1 : 
Phi TheU Kappa 2. 
"Her life in wpcllcd with wordn 

of threo^ 
Work . peraintence. and en- 

crjiy." 

Rosalind Zucker 

Honor 1-2: Scc.-Tn-ns. of S<»ph. 
ClanH 2 : Student CViuncil 2. 
"She livr-n to build, not boant 

n (Tcncrouo race 

No tenth trsniimittcr of i\ 
foolish face." 



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"Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. This 
is Cameron Edwards welcoming you to Space. 
Today our program is originating from the roof 
of the old Richmond Academy. The Junior Col- 
lege Class of '57 is staging its class reunion. I 
assure you it is going to be a spectacular event. 
We are taking an excursion to the satellite, 
Moon in a new device built for Space by the 
famed scientist and JCA alumni, Marvin Jenk- 
ins. This ship, called the "Speed-0-Space" 
guarantees to get you to the moon in five 
minutes — a little slow, but the class wants to 
enjoy the scenery. Here are some members 
going aboard now. I see the famed Universal 
Opera star, Carole Little, among them. Let's go 
interview her. "Good afternoon, Miss Little. 
I'm Cameron Edwards of Space. Would you 
mind telling our viewers a little about your road 
tour coming up?" 

I'd be happy to, Cameron. First, we'll tour 
the Moon — I'm staying over there today — ^then 
the planet, Mars. I also think we'll take a side 
trip to Saturn. It promises to be quite an in- 
teresting celestial tour." 

"I'm sure it will be, Miss Little. Isn't that 
Marian Adkins, the earth-bound star, over there. 
I hear her movies put Venus to shame." 

"I believe it is, Cameron. I must go over and 
speak to her. The last time we had a reunion 
she was late and I missed her." 

"Give her my regards. I think our cameras 
are on the brilliant director of Milky Way fame, 
Anne Weibel. She's talking to some of her old 
classmates whose names are all familiar to you. 
There's John Marshall Drew, Earth's Ambassa- 



dor to the United Planets; Gail Vansant and 
Janice Whitlaw, spacevision greats; David 
Toole, winner of this galaxy's prize for the ad- 
vancement of golftronics ; and Silas Pittman, 
winner of another galaxy peace award. By 
Jupiter! I think I see those men-about-the-uni- 
verse, Louis Christman and Virgil Merritt. Those 
sylish gentlemen seem to be creating quite a 
sensation among the others with their star- 
studded, vai-icolored moon-togs. That equally 
colorful personality well known to Space audi- 
ences, Camilla Paschal, is talking to them. These 
three people are perhaps the best-dressed in the 
Universe. Christman's opinion on which is better 
to buy, ventilated or insulated Zip-Suits for 
space travel, is that it depends on which way 
you're going — up or down. Now the cameras are 
on Nanc}^ Ford, gifted mathematician who re- 
cently worked out Einstein's Theory of Relati- 
vity, and she also has proved John Drew's 
Theory of Escapetivity. Paul Rufo, the physician 
who discovered the Stardust vaccine for strick- 
en lovers, is talking to her. Well, it looks like 
talley-ho time again. Barbara Simpson, World's 
entry into the Celestial Beauty Contest, is climb- 
ing aboard, and Rosalind Zucker, Secretary of 
Universe, is giving the signal for the take-off. 
Well, folks, I guess this entertaining afternoon's 
visit with some of the Universe's most illustrious 
people will have to end. Happy landings all." 

— Space-0-Rama Report 

produced by Joy Townes 
and 
starring the Class of '57 





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WE, THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1957, 
do hereby leave : 

I. I, Bob Crawford, do hereby bequeath to 
next year's physics class my unequaled ability 
to make stupid errors in hopes that they can do 
a better job of overcoming it than I. 

II. I, Carey Johnson, do hereby bequeath to 
Mr. Talley my unused text book and lab manual 
in hopes that he will study up on his physics. 

III. I, Court Guerin. do hereby bequeath to 
Larry Walker my seat in the library in hopes 
that he may spend more time in it than I did. 

IV. I, Gordon M. Brack, do leave to Betty 
Adkinson and Martha Ann Wiggins my ability 
to pass psychology in hopes that we will some 
day be able to p.sychoanalyze each other. 

V. I, Gloria Barton, being of sound mind, do 
hereby bequeath to Barbara Watkins my 
chemistry book in hopes that she can under- 
stand it better than I. 

VI. I, John Marshall Drew, do hereby be- 
queath to Ducky Wall my ability to be thrown 
out of the library in hopes that he may have 
better luck in staying out than I. 

VII. I, Lewis Sullivan, do hereby bequeath 
to Joe Stevens my art of bumming cigarettes in 
hopes that he may not die of lung cancer. 

VIII. L Walter J. Culbreth, do hereby 
leave to Professor Talley a used physics book ; 
to Miss Bailey my ability to keep quiet in the 
library. 

IX. I, Camilla Paschal, do hereby bequeath 
to Ann Fields my aptitude for having a boy- 
friend attend JCA. 

X. I, Walter Moody, being of sound mind 
and body, do hereby will and bequeath to any- 
one crazy enough to accept it, two years of hard 
work, sweat, blood, and tears; and I bequeath 



to Janice Whitlaw and Gail Vansant my long, 
curly hair. 

XI. I, Rosalind Zucker, being of unsound 
mind, do hereby leave nothing, because I need 
all I have and then some. 

XII. I, Anne Wiebel, in company with 
Nancy JMcGinty, Silas Pittman, and Edward 
Keel, do hereby bequeath Mr. Read's room dur- 
ing vacant periods to future members of our 
Theosophical Society. 

XIII. I, Marian Adkins, do will and be- 
queath to Toni Hammack the ability to be tardy 
and absent almost every day and still manage 
to get by. 

XIV. I, Pete Garland, do bestow upon Ricky 
Wilkinson my ability to pass second year ac- 
counting in hopes that some day we may be 
C. P. A. partners. 

XV. I, Marvin Vernon Jenkins, do hereby 
leave to some unsuspecting physics .student my 
ability to make 104 on one of Mr. Talley's tests. 

XVI. I, Nancy Ford, do will and bequeath 
to all the Frosh that are members of the Zeta 
Rho Sigma a bo.\ of baking powder so that they 
may rise to be swell Soi)hs. 

XVII. We, Barbara Hammett, Katherine 
Gardner, and Connie Currie, do will and be- 
queath to Toni Hammack our ability to drive a 
certain English teacher crazy. 

X\'III. We, Nancy Ivester and David Toole, 
being old and tired of it all do just plain leave 
THE RAINBOW ! NOW— 

Signed, sealed and delivered by this class 
of 1957 to be its last will and testament. 

Witnessed by : 
Joy Tovifnes 
David Toole 




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OFFICERS 

Sue Merlins President 

Beclcy Little Vice President 

Sally Beckum Secretary 



Betty Alexander 



Raid Askew 



Betty Baab 



Linorah Baggett 



Stephen Bailey 




J^ % M. ^ies/unen 



Reading, top to bottom: 
Sally Beckum 
Ladelle Cauthen 
Priscilla Crow 



Terry Brewer 
Jimmy Clark 
John Davidson 



Florence Broome 
Don Cole 
Thomas Duncan 



Joyce Butler 
Jane Conner 
Jimmy Epps 



Vicki Calhoun 
Judy Conner 




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ReadinK. top to bottom: 










Jackie Farmer 


Ann Fields 


Vera Florence 


Mary Grimsley 


Toni Hammack 


Benjamin Harmon 


Cornelius Harmon 


Sibbie Hogan 


Ronnie Howard 


Pat Hughes 


Ray Hughes 


Randy Jay 


Billy Johnson 


Jimmie Johnson 


Carla Jones 



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Reading, top to bottom: 

Barbara Jones Pace Jordan 

Helen Kirkland Becky Littlle 

Sue Merlins Joyce Jlitchell 



Herbert Kernaghen 
Yoke Loo 
Ray Moore 



Bert King 
Fred Marschalk 
Faye Morris 



Tlionias King 
Jeannie Mayson 
Margaret Mundy 




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Reading, top to bottom: 










Muriel Oellericli 


William Pardue 


Bobby Peacock 


Frankie Philpot 


Maria Reese 


Elizabetli Ridley 


Shelby Smith 


Hunter Smoak 


Ruth Story 


Svie Sclnviening 


Mary Wheatley 


Richard Wilkerson 


Donald Willis 


Frank Willis 


Ida Marie Wilson 


Joy Townes 











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VALEDICTORIAN mauvix ver.\o\ jenkins 



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MOST ATTRACTIVE 



LARRY WALKER 



DARBARA SIMPSON 



MOST POPULAR 



MARTHA ANN WIGGINS 



JOHN MARSHALL DREW 




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BOB CRAWFORD 



BEST ALL-AROUND 

CAMILLA PASCHAL 



HAROLD MOCK 



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OFFICERS 

Wallis Lee Stevens President 

Ronald Evans Vice-President 

Laure Bailie Secretary-Treasurer 

CLASS POEM 

Back in '55 we walked through Richmond's doors 
Into this world of knowledge, into the "extra-curricular"; 
At first we wandered aimlessly o'er these floors 
And went nowhere much nor in particular, 

Enjoying a dream attained. 

Outstretched arms welcomed us to this domain. 
The gracious hands of teachers led us ever; 
Hopeful that our minds might another summit gain. 
They inspired us in all that we'd endeavor 

Giving us the further dream of college ! 

Some of us have learned of science, some a theme; 
One to type or take dictation; 

Another learned to cook a meal or sew- a seam. 
And others found a soldier has to take direction. 

Fighting always toward a dream. 

Now inwardly we can "give three cheers" 

That we here finish without succumbing to a coma. 

We studied, struggled, through these two engrossing years 

Until at last a hand holds out a coveted diploma, 

Seeing an ideal become a fulfilled dream. 

Yet, "More to conquer", we say with sorrowed heart. 
As on to Destiny's great goal we slowly, surely travel ; 
And as we prepare from many friends to part. 
We know the greater Hand our problems can unravel ; 

Describing for us a greater dream. 

How^ great, how joyous, how worthwhile these days have been 

The silent empty halls now seem to sigh ; 

But never again may our class play and work here within. 

No worldly goods could ever these days buy. 

Lead us, O God, until there is no sky. 

— LuRuth Erion. 



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Betty Louise Abernathy 

ChrL-itiun Workers Council 
3; Future Homcmakcra 4; 
Peo Club 4. 
"She was made of happy 

thouKhto and full of wit 

and lauichtcr.'' 



Madeline Ruth Aldred 

BcUi Club 3. \ : Chrintian 
\Vv>rk-.TH Council 3. I; Fu- 
ture Nurse* 4 : Future 
HumvmakvrK 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; 
MiisketetTs 4, 

"Thy modwty is a candle 
to thy merit." 



Peter Herbert Alewine 

Ila-Hobull 1. 2. 3. 4: na!<kct- 
ball 3. 4 : Serecant First 
CIam 4. 
"The world i« waitlntr for 

better thinKii. 

Go forth and exhibit thy 

powcre." 



William Amick 

"Th^Mo who nwait no ttift 
fnim chance haw conquered 
Fate." 



Betty Jean Anderson 

Kulurt- Nur»«> 3. 4 : Chrlst- 
tian Workt-n* Council 3. 4: 
Annual Stuff 4: Trl-Hl-Y 3, 
4: Y-Teenn 2. 
"On her ilevotion could de- 

pentl 

To Krunt and low she play- 
ed the friend." 



Robert Edward 
Anderson 

Christtiin Workers Council 3, 
4: "B" Varsity Basketball 2 : 
Football Manairer 3. 4; Kap- 
pa Gamma Rho 3, 4, Vice 
President : D. C. T.. Vice 
President 4. 
"Ease was his chief disoaac.'* 



Walter Edward 
Anderson 

Hi-Y 4 ; Kappa Gamma Rho 
3: Football Manager 4; Ten- 
nis Tcom 3. 4; Ma«trr Ser- 
irennt 4. 
"Far oway wc search b<^ 

fore we find A heart bo 

manly and kind." 



Shirley Leona Andrews Thomas Harold Ashe 



"A face of lily bcouty. 
form of airy jrrace." 



Konthnll 3. 4: Truck 3. 4: 
Kir!»t Lieutenant 4 : Sabro 
Club 4 : Younir Life 3, 4 : 
HiKh MilitAry Honor 3. 
"Be«t kind uf sport and a 
pal true blue. . ." 



Albert Anthony Atkins 

Fu..llmll 2. 3. \\ "B" Var- 
xity Bimketball 2; Truck 1, 
2, 3. 4 : Christinn Workcm 
Council 3. 4. Vice Prc«i- 
d«'nt 4 ; Yountr Life 3. 4, 
Vice Prewident 3. Prcdiilent 
4 ; First Serjreanl 4. 
"Some are wise : some arc 
otherwise." 



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Robert Jerry Atkinson 

First Lieuieiiunt 4; Sabre 

Club 4. 

"Always happy always gay. 

Keep lauKhine alonB life's 

way." 



Joseph Carlyle Averett 
"Another like him would be 
hard to find." 



Laure Evans Bailie 
Cheerleader 1. 2, 3. 4; Stu- 
ient Council 4 ; Annual 
Staff 3, 4; Top Ten 3; 
Athletic Association 3. 4 ; 
Christian Workers Council 3, 
4, Secretary 4 ; Secretary- 
Treasurer of Class 4 ; R. O. 
T. C. Sponsor 3. 4 : Young 
Life 2, 3, 4 : Honor 1. 2. 3. 
"A popular maid, and al- 
ways in style. 
In rain or sunshine, she 
wears a merry smile." 



Mary Louise Bailey 

Honor 3; Athletic Associa- 
tion 4: Latin Club 1. 2: Y- 
Teens 1. 2. 3; Basketball 1, 
2, 3 ; Future Homemakers 2 ; 
Annual Staff 4: Future Nur- 
ses 3 : Christian Workers 
Council 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2; 
Glee Club 1. 2. 
"She doeth little kindnesses 

which others lea\-e undone 

or despise." 



Rosemary Baird 

Future Nurses 3. A ; Athle- 
tic Association 4; Christian 
Workers Council 3. 
"Thou hast so much of wit 
and mirth and spleen about 
thee, there is no li\-ing with 
thee or without thee." 



Henry William Bank 

Key Club 4 ; Honors 3. 
"A foe without haH?, a 
friend without treachery." 



Michael Stegali Barnes 

"He needs no eulocy : he 
speaks for himself." 



Edwin Palmer Beattie 

Serc'eant 4. 

"One thinp is forever good. 
That one thing is success." 



Ann Helen Bee 

Athletic Association 3. 4, 
Council 3. President 4 : Var- 
sity Basketball 4 : Manager 
Basketball Team 3. 
"Her armor is her honest 
thought. 
And simple truth her ut- 
most skilL" 



Rose Carol Bennett 

Future Homemakers 4 : ] 
Club 4. 

"God made thee good 
thou art beautiful." 



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Jo Ann Bennett 
"A true friend with a Btnile 
as her trademark." 



Gail Marsha Bennett 

Christian Workers Council 
3: Athletic Association 3,4: 
Future Teachers 4: Tri-Hi- 
Y 3: GirLs Drill Platoon 4. 
"Thv hand that hath made 

you fair, hath made you 

Kood." 



Barbara Elaine Best 

Tubman Top Ten 2 : Chwr- 
lendcr 2. 3. 4 : Uaaketbitll 
2: Sponsor 4; Chrixtlnn 
Workers Council 4. 
"A heart with room for 
many friends." 



Patricia Angenette 
Blackwell 

SciiMice Club 2: Music Club 
1. 2: Y-Te^ns 1. 2. 3; Tri- 
Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. 

"HtKh erecteti thouKhts seat- 
ed in n heart of courtesy." 



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Upreared by loyal hearts and hands, 



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Nancy Ann Btanchard 

Athletic Association 3, 4; 
Christian Workers Council 
3. 4 : Tri-Hi-Y 3 : Youne 
Life 3. 
"In our hearts her smile 

lives on. 

Even aftier Nancy is (tone." 



Anne Curtis Blount 

Future Homcmakers 3 ; 
Christian Workeni Council 
3, 4 : Athletic A»*ociation 3. 
"Don't put a thini; off — 
put it over . . .'* 



John Byne Blount, Jr. 

"True blue sport, happy 
boy, cunfident ni«n . . ." 



Haltey Fulford 
Boatwright 

Sponsor 4 : Athletic Associa- 
tion 3: Annual Staff 3, 4; 
Features Editor 4; Beta Club 
3. 4: Choraliers 4; HiKh 
Honor 2. 3. 4; Ma^quetvem 
4. 

"Those who brinir sunshine 
into lives of others, cannot 
keep it from themselves. . ." 



Jeanette Lee 
Bodenhamer 

Iliuhest Honor 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Athletic AsNociatiun 3. 4. 
Council: GirU Activities 
Medal 4 : Top Ten 3 ; Spon- 
sor 4 ; HomecominK Queen 4 ; 
Heta Club 3. 4 : Christian 
Wi>rkors Council 3. 4: Bas- 
ketball 3. 4: Cheerleader 8, 
4 : Athletic Editor 4. 
"A mind that is able, a face 

that is fair. 
A combination that is 

\.-r>- rare. . .*' 



Cart Marshall 

Bogoslawsky 

Mllitarj- Band 3 : Concert 
Band 3. 4: Track 3. 4. 
"The sensible and fit man." 



James Robert Boltin 

Concert Band 3 : Chorus 3. 
t; Choralrprs 3. 4: Track 3; 
Military Band 3. 
"A man who consecrates his 

hours by vijforous efforts 

and honest aims." 



Patricia Ann Boyd 
Christian Workers Council 
4 : Hinh Honor 3. 
"She stands in her own 
liffht." 



Jerry Glenda Bradley 
"Quiet and carefree. . . ." 



Ann Mardrea Braswell 

D. C. & D. E. Clubs 4: Fu- 
lure Homemakers 4. Future 
Nurses 4. 
"She has a voice of Kladness, 

And n smile and eKtciuencc 

of beauty." 



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Carlton Scott Brack 
D. c. T. Club 4. 

"The force of his own ir 
makes his way. . . " 



Nancy Elizabeth 
Brown 



sweet 
smile. . 



Richard Carter 
Brinkley 

Student Council 3 : Singins 
Musketeers 3: Football 3; 
Hi-Y 3: Choraliere 3, 4 ; 
"Diligent, capable, aims for 
the top. . . ." 



David James Burbidge 

Choi-aiiers 4 : Band 3. 
"Determination is the mas- 
ter key to success. . ." 



Ellen Carol Brooks 
Y-Teens 4 ; Tri-Hi-Y 4 : 
Christian Workers Council 
4. 

"Wherever she finds her- 
self in life. 

She'll make a good addi- 
tion. . .'' 



Hazel Leverne 

Burckhalter 
Christian Workers Council 
3, 4 : Athletic Association 3; 
Music Club 1 ; Future Teach- 
ers 3. 4. 
"Her heart is open as the 

day, 
Her feelings are all 
true. . .'' 



Barbara Jean Brown 
Future Homemakers 3 : Y- 
Teens 3. 4; Christian Work- 
ers Council 3, 4 : Future 
Teachers 3 ; Class President 
2. 

"Grace, simplicity, and sweet- 
ness, . ." 



Joyce Ann Burris 

Basketball 3. 4 : Athletic As- 
sociation 3. 4 : Future Nur- 
ses 4 : Future Homemakers 
3 : Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 3. 4 : Tri-Hi-Y 3. 
"The only way to have a 
friend is to be one." 



George Twiggs Brown 

"Eternal smiles, his happi- 
ness betray. . ." 



Mary Florence Butler 

Student Council 4; Honor 
3. 4 : Picture Editor of An- 
nual 4 ; Athletic Association 
4 ; Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 3. 4: Yountj Life 3, 4; 
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. 4; Reporter 
for M usketeer 4. Herald 
Reporter 4. 
"True and sincere, loyal and 

kind. 
Another like her you'll 

never find." 



Fulfilment of her children's dream. 







Curtis Harold Carter 


Barton Patrick 


'A man, ho suems. nf cheer- 


Chambers 


ful yesterdays and confident 


Militarv Kific Team 3; Scr- 


tomorrows. . ." 


Knnl First Class 4. 




"In every rank, Rreat or 




snijill, His industry Hup- 




PortH us all. . ." 



Shirley Mae Cheeley 

Christian Work-vrs Council 
3, 4 : Athletic Association 3, 
4; ChornlK-rs 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3. 
Future Homemakers 4 : Re- 
porter for Musketeer 4 ; 
Homccomine Queen Court 4. 
"Lillle chips start biir 
fires. , .'■ 




Glenda Lucille Cheney 

Treble CK-f Cluh 3 : Sponsor 
3 : Girls Drill Platwu 4. 
"It's nice to be natural if 
you're naturally nice." 



Edward Chow 
Beta Club 3. 4; Key Club 4: 
Hiirh Honor 3. 
"Talk he can and tolk he 

will ; His tonRUc is very 

{icldom still. . ." 



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Eugenia Kathryn Clark 


Lewis Clinton Clark 


Schuyler Walton Clark 


Chloris Viola Cllett 


Lee Ann Cllett 




"From her sudden friend- 
ship aprintrs. . ." 


"It in brtttr to wcnr out in 
miiichief than to rust out 
in bcinir nolcmn. . ." 


Flmlball 1. 2. 3; HiKh Honor 
1. 2. 3. 4- Student Council 
4: Annual Staff 3: Beta 
Club 3. 4: Hi-Y 1. 2: Treaa- 


Majori-ttc 2. 3, 4: Dramatics 
Club 1. 

"In virtui-w m>thinK i-arth- 
ly could aurpiiMi her. . ." 


•■Kricndwhip i« the 
life. . .•' 


wine of 



urcr 4: Sabre Club 4. Secre- 
tary: Company Commander 
4. Snhre Cluh 4. Secretary ; 
C^»mpany Commander 4 ; 
"Hitch your wawon to a 

^tn^. and therefore reikch 

jn*ent hviirhi*. . .'* 



Nell Dorette Collins 

Treble- ClL-f Club 3. 4: 
Chwrnliers 3. 4 : Futur"" 
Homcmnkcni 3. 4 : Tri-Hi-Y 
3. 

"And still they trazed. and 
still their wonder Ercw. 
That one small head could 
carry all she knew. . .'' 



Hugh Francis Conlon III Myrna Sue Cook 



Rand 1. 2, 3, 4. President 4; 
Alt-State Band 4. 
"A true Kentloman." 



Christian Worki-nt Council 
3: Future Nuncs 3. 4; 
"DiliKcncc wroucht auccciw" 



Eunice Rachel6 
Crawford 

Tri-Hi-V 3. I ; Hi-ta Club 3. 
4: Future Teachem 4: 
ChriHtian Worker* Council 
3. 4: Annual Staff 4. 
"Once your friend, always 
your friend. . ." 



Mary Elizabeth Creech 

"A thousand Blrln in one. . .' 



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Roberta Venning Cribb 

Band 2. 3, 4 : Future Teach- 
ers 4: Christian Workers 
Council 2. 
"Sincere in what she does." 



Ann Grace Cromer 
Y-Teens 3. 4: Future Teach- 
ers 3, 4 : Dramatic Club 3, 
4 ; High Honor 3. 
"There should be a wreath 

woven to tell the world her 

worth." 



Caroline Cunningham 

Y-Teens 2, 3 : Tri-Hi-Y 2. 
"Neither too careless, nor too 

sad. nor too studious, nor 

too glad." 



George Tarns Curirn 

Band 4; Key Club 4" Young 
Life 4. Track 4. 
■"Who conquers me shall 
find a stubborn foe.'" 



Patricia Ritcliey Davis 

Glee Club 1 : Dramatic Club 

2; Treble Clef Club 3: Y- 

Teens 2. 3 : Richmond Cho- 

raliers 4. President: Girls 

Drill Platoon 4. Platoon 

Leadv^r. 

"Her ambition is success." 



James Ronald Davis 
"There lies a great deal of 

deviltry beneath his mild 

exterior." 



Donald Preston Day 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 

"They are nevtr alone who 

are accompanied by noble 

thoughts. . ." 



Bobby De Witt 

"The man who wins is the 
man who works, 
The man who toils while 
the next man shirks. . ." 



Betty Margaret 

Doollttle 
Christian Workers Council 
3, 4: Beta Club 3, 4; Fu- 
ture Nurses 3. 
"Full of likeable simplicity 
and ^luietness. . ." 



Shirley Laverne 

Doolittle 
"A i|uenchlen star, forever 
bright. . .'' 



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Nancy Jean Dunaway 

HiEh Honor 3: Y-Teens 1. 
3; Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 2, 3. 4 : Dramatic Club 2, 
3: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 
"A perfect woman, nobly 
planned to warn, to com- 
fort, and command." 



Barbara Duncan 
Basketball 1. 2: Younc Life 
2. 3, 4 : Christian Workers 
Council 3. 4 : Hitch Honor 3: 
Top Ten 3. 

"Lovable, kind, sracious. and 
sweet, 

Sh« is a doll from her head 

to her feet. . ." 



Leola Helen Dunlap 
Future Teachers 3. 4. Sccre- 
tarj- 4 : Dramatic Club 2; 
Annual Staff 4 : Christian 
Workers Council 4. 
"She walks in beauty, like 
the nieht. of cloudK>»i 
climci and starrj' tikics. . ." 



Mary Nell Dunn 
Honor S: Y-Tvcns 3: Tri- 
Hi-Y 3. 4. Vice President 4; 
Dramatic Club 2, 3: Chris- 
tian Workers Council 3. 4. 
"Friendship litchts the path- 
way of her life. . ." 



Patsy Jean Dunn 
Secretar>' of ClaKfl 2; Chris- 
tian Workers Council 3; Bv- 
ta Club 3. i : Treble Clef 
Club 3. 4; Hinh Honor 3. 
"A merry hvwrt mnketh n 
cheerful countenance. . .*' 



On fields of glory, honor, tears. 




Alta Joan Durham 

Dramatic Club 2; Christian 
Workers Council 3. 4. 
"Exquisite Rraciowtness of 
manner. . ." 



Luella Ruth Erfon 

Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4. Project Chair- 
man 4. Nurses 3: Future 
Teachers 4 ; Richmond Chora- 
liers 3. 4 : Secretary 4 : 
Masqueieers 4 : Christian 
Workers Council 3, 4: An- 
nual Staff 4. Art Editor A: 
Highest Honors 3: Girls Ac- 
tivities Ifedal 4. 
"A smile that won't come 
off. . .- 



Patrick Fain Dye 
Football 1. 2. 3. 4: CapUin 
4: Track 3. 4: "B" Vaniity 
Basketball 3; CapUin 4 : Sa- 
bre Club 4. 
"There arc some nren who 

are bom to be the best. 
"Have every virtue, and by 

risht, to lead the rest. . ." 

Glenda Mae Eskew 

Honor 3: Future Teachers 2. 
4: Athletic Association 3, 
4. Point ManaKer 3. Vice 
President 4: Basketball 2. 
3. 4: Girls Activities Medal 
4 : Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 4 : Musketeer 4. 
"It's n friendly heart that 
has plenty of friends." 



Preston Clark Dye 

Master Scrir»"ant 4. YounK 
Life 4. 

"Ever ready for the comical. 
Yet with purpose intent." 



Ronald Izlar Evans 

Officer "C" Company 4 : 
HiKhest Honors 2: Honor 3: 
Gold R 4 : Beta Club 3. 4, 
Profrram Chairman 4 : Sa- 
bre Club 4; Football 2, 3. 4 : 
Track I. 2. 3, 4 : Cl8.w Of- 
ficer 2; Vice President 4; 
Student Council 3. 4. Presi- 
dent 4 : Christian Workvm 
Council 2. 3. 4. President 4: 
YounK Life 3. 4 ; Company 
Executive 4. 

"Rare compound of quality, 
noble and true; 
With plenty of sense and 
sood humor too. . . ." 



Barbara Carol English 

Christian Workvrrs Council 
4. 

"An example of Kolden 
swectnc«s and dclicht. . ." 



Williams Henderson 
Evans, Jr. 

Honor 3; Hitrh Militnr>' 
Honor 3 : Sereeant P'intt 
Class 4 : Key Club 4. 
"He has common mrniK> in 
a way that'a uncommon. . .'• 



Bryant Pierce English 

Anniinl Stuff 3; P. C. T. 

PrewidL-nl 1. 

"The determination to suc- 
ceed in the first atcp tu 
SUCCVKS. . ." 



Nancy Jane Faulk 

Ftiture HomcmnkcrH 1. 
"Full of Bwcet nsAurancc. . ." 



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Jame.3 Edward Felton 

"Where is the end of study? 
Let me know. . ." 



Barbara Flowers 

Future Homemakers 1 : Tri- 
Hi-y 1, 2 ; Christian Work- 
era Cvjuncil 1, 2; Future 
Nurses 3. 4, Vice President 
4. 

"In soul sincere, in action 
faithful, in honor clear. . ." 



Janice Virginia Fennell 
Glee Club 1 : Chorali^rs 3; 
Trebl3 Clef Club 3; Future 
Homemakers 3 : Tri-Hi-Y 3. 
"None knew her but to 

love her. 
None named her but to 

praise. . . ." 



William Minor 
Force, Jr. 

Football 2. 3. 4 ; Track 2. 3. 
4 : "B" Varsity Basketball 
2: Honor 2; Student Council 
2 ; Christian Workers Coun- 
r:i 2. 3. 4. 

"If we can lauch and make 
the world lauch too 
With this personality, what 
can't we do? . . ." 



Jacquelyn Fielder 

Future Homemakers 4 ; Pep 
Club 4. 

"A smile is the trademark 
of a happy soul. . .'' 



Jack Howard Fisher 
Football 2. 3, 4 : Basketball 
2. 3. 4 ; Baseball 1. 2. 3, 
4 : Second Lieutenant 4 : Sa- 
bre Club 4. 

"Stars in athletics and 
friendship. . ." 



Esther Anne Michael 
Ford 

Y-Teens 3 ; Treble Clef Clab 
3. 4 : Sponsor 3 : Tri-Hi-Y 3: 
Future Homemakers 4. 
"The time to be happy is 
now. . ." 



Jerry Herbert Fountain 
"To be useful is the great- 
est virture. . ." 



Lamar Lafayette 

Fleming 
Football 1. 2. 3. 4: Basket- 
ball 2 ; Student Council I, 
2, Class Officer 1, 2: Ten- 
nis 1, 2. 3, 4: High Honor 2. 
3: Beta Club 3. 4: Sabre 
Club. President 4; Key Club 
4. Annual Staff 4 : Captain 
4 : Gold R 4 : Neatest Cadet 
3. 
"If a man can look at life 

with a trrin. 

Has brains along with it. 

he's sure to win. . .*' 



Thomas Bligh Freeland 

"Hiph ideals for future. . ." 



Inspired by Alma Mater. 




Alton Frank Garrison 



Ho no 

Bnnd 

chestni 

"Know 

d»)m 



Bnnd Council 4; 
3. 4 ; Interstate Or- 

Hi-Y 4. 
ledKc comes, but wia- 
Kvrs. . ." 



James Terry Gibert 
* ir' Varsity football 
Youni: Life -1: Hi-Y 4. 
"Youth with song and laush- 
ter. . .'■ 



Chn'stijin Workers Council 
1. 2. 3; Girls Athletic As- 
Hociiition 4: Honor 3; Hiwh 
Honor 1. 2: Girln Drill Pla- 
toon 4 : Future Homemakers 
1, 2. 

"None for self but for 
others. . ." 



Y-Teens 3. 4 : Christian 
Workers Council 3. 4 : Trr- 
Hi-Y 3 : Girl* Athletic As- 
sociation 4 : Future Home- 
makers 4 : Gtrb Drill Pla- 
toon 4. 

"An all around icirl. and 
quito a favorite. . ." 



Full of pep, full of life, a 
little world of happiness." 



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Gilbert Charles 
Goldman 

■"Tho" modest, on his unem- 
barasstxl brow Nature has 
written Gentleman. . ." 

Leila Raines Goodwin 

Younp Life 2. 3. 4 : Chris- 
tain Workers Council 3, 
4; Girls Athletic Association 
3. -1: Sponsor 2: Top Ten 3. 
"Her heart is open as the 

day. 
Her fcelinirs are all true.'' 

James Berry Gordon 

Serucant First Class I : Hi- 
Y 4. 

"Why think twice when 

once is cnuuch?" 

James Stephen Gossett 

"Silence is more eKwiuent 
than words." 

Barbara Jean Graham 

Beta Club 3, 4. Si-creUo' * : 
Rainbow Staff 3. I ; Mas- 
quetwrs 3, 4. Prvaident 4 ; 
Christian Workers Council 
3; Future Teachers 4, Presi- 
dent 4 ; Student Council 4 : 
Hiuhcst Honor 3 : Junior 
Scholastic Meflal 3: Vale- 
dictorian 4. 

"A manner cto ciuiet. n brnin 
BO fine-^ 
A fint-r lass is hard to 
find. . ." 

Jewell Marie Greene 

Itv-ta Club 3. 4- Future Nur- 
<>es 3: Honor 3: GirU Drill 
Platoon 4 : ChrtHtian Work- 
em Council 3. 

"She's B jewel in a velvet 
settinE." 



Her last-born sons go forth to prove. 



Betty Grfffin 



"She is cvKid-natured ever 
and has a friendly word for 
■U.'" 



Henrietta Elizabeth 
Griffin 

"There in mischief in ihi^^ 
lass, so swt^ and cheer- 
ful." 



Mary Louise Griffin 

Christian Worltcn* Council 
1. 2. 3. 4 : Treasurer 4 : Beta 
Club 3. 4 ; Future Home, 
makers 1; Y-Tecns 1. 2. '■'■ . 
Secretar>- 2; Future Nur^' 
3. Chaplain: Sisma Tri- Hi- 
Y 3. 
"Aa eood aa fair," 



Lois Grimstead 

C.Iw Club 1. 2; Library Club 
2- Choraliers 3. 4: Trvble 
Cicf Club 3, 4. 
"A rare compound of intel- 
lect, fTOod humor and am- 
bition." 




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Frank Ellis Guthrie 
Sergeant First Class A 
"Bored of education." 



Alice Danforth Hagler 

Honor 3. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2 ; 
Beta Club 3 ; High Honor 4 ; 
Annual Staff. 4 : Young 
Life 2. 3, 4: Christian Wurk- 
ers Council 3. 4, 
'*An ocean of personalitj' 
n'ith a smile on each wave." 




Ernest Theodore Hahn 

"When duty whispers low, 
"Thou must !" 
Youth replies, "I can." 



Judith Hale 

Y-Teens 3, 4 : Christian 
Workers Council 4 : Tri-Hi- 
Y 3. 

"She does her part with a 
willing heart." 



'Mid scenes of joy, 'mid scenes of strife. 



Sheila Ashley Hall 

"Studying makvs some peo- 
ple wise, but it makes me 
otheiT^'ise." 

Harry Taylor Harper III 

High Honor 1: Honor 2. 3. 4 : 
Golf Team 1. 2. 3. 4: Hi- 
Y 4 : Christian Workers 
Council 4 : Young Life 2, 3, 
4. 

"School walL-i (Jo not a pris- 
on make. 
Whom do you think you're 
kidding?" 

Donnie Ben Harris 

"Sober, atoadfast, loyal." 



Betsy Ann Harrison 

Christian Workers* Council 
:J: Tri-Hi-Y 2. S.-crctary; Fu- 
ture HomvmakeM 3 : Athle- 
tic As^jciatton 4 ; S'-Tecnw 
2. 3: Hand 1. 2. 3. Baaket- 
bnll 2. 3. 4; Honors 3: Latin 
Club 1. 2. 

"Athletic* are fun and so are 
the- athlctt-n." 

Harwell Parks 
Hendee, Jr. 

Helen Boone Henry 

Dramatic Club 3, 4: Beta 
Club 3, 4: Annual Staff 4; 
High Honor 3. 

"Let mi' be happy as long 
lui I live. 
And 1 ive as lonK oa I'm 
happy." 




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Janice Carolyn Hensley 
"She loves her nmn and of 
him »he speaks." 

Patricia Louise Hensley 

Treble Clef Club 4. 

"The purest treason mortnl 

tinier nffl>rd is epotlesa rcp- 

uUition." 

Louis Marion 
Hewlett, Jr. 

"A little ieiirnin); \* n dnn- 
Kcrtms thinjT, He believes 
in »nfcty." 



Jimmy Witliam 
Hickson 

•"He wii» II uentK". true nnd 
perfifl kniirht." 

Rebecca Dennis Hill 

Chri(.liiin Workers Council 
3. 4: Yoiink' l.ife 2. 3, 4: 
Sponsor 3, I : T.)p Ten 3; 
Athletic AsMfx-intion 3. 4 ; 
Council 4 : Annual Staff 4. 
"Her prcw'nce would mnkc 

an undertakers' conference 

funny." 

Sarah McCandMsh Hill 

Chrijttirin Workem Counril 
3. 4: Annual Staff I: Athle- 
tic AMocintion 3, 4 : Sponnor 
3; Honor 1; Histh Honor 2: 
Younir Life 2. 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1. 
2 ; Homeroom of f ic;?r 1 . 2 ; 
Future Homemnkvm 1, 2. 
"Roth of her feet are plant- 
c<l firmly in the clouds." 



The strength of her sustaining love, 



Carol Jean Hogan 

Chriiitinn Worker* Council 
3. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4: Athle- 
tic AsAociBtion 3. 4. 
"In !tpitc of all life's hurts. 

while you surx'ivrr. 
You tell the world 'lis 
sweet to l>o alive." 



PalmeV Ferdon Hoqan 

Lieutenant 4: Sabre Club \. 
"Public encnrj* number one." 




Emmie Carolyn Home 
Christian Workers Council 
4. 
"One of the best." 



Donald Julian Howard 
"W" Varsity Football. Capt- 
ain 3: Lieutenant 4: Snbrc 
Club 4: Choralicrs 4: Scr- 
Rennt 3. 
"Dynamite comes in small 

packasres. and this one's 

really loaded." 




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Edward Clinton Howard 
Serfreant First Class 3 : Best 
Drilled Cadet 3; Second 
Lieutenant 4 : Sabre Club 4. 
"If silence were golden, he 

would be worth a million 

dollars." 

Charles Babe 
Hughes, Jr. 

Football 3. 

"And if I give thee honor 
due, 
M'irth. admit me of thy 
crew." 

Thelma LaVerne 
Hughes 

Band 1. 2. 3. 4, Band Coun- 
cil 4. 
"And yet a spirit still, and 

bright 
With something of angelic 

lipht." 

Linda Leontine Hughes 

Vice President of Class 3 ; 
Tri- Hi-Y 3. 4. Secretary 3. 
President 4 : Future Nurses 
3; Program Chairman 4 : 
Christian Workers Council 
3, 4 • Treasurer 3 ; Muske- 
teer 3. 4 : Top Ten 3. 
"Fashioned so slenderly, 
Younjr and so fair," 

Claude Hillyep 

Hutcheson 
"If prentlemen prefer blonds. 
I'm no gentleman." 

Gladys Marie Hyatt 
Athletic Association 3. 4; 
Tri-Hi-Y 3: Girls Drill Pla- 
toon 4. 

"Health and happiness are 
a person's birthright." 



Her tested armament of life. 



Paul Edward Hyatt 

"His reasoning would con- 
fuse any teacher." 



Paula Gail Jackson 
Christian Workers Council 
4 ; Future Homemakers 4 ; 
Y-Teens 4. 

"Lively as a %vindshield 
wiper." 




Lila Catherine Jackson 

Christ inn Wnrkers Council 
3. -I: Young Life 3, 4: Tri- 
Hi-Y 2. 3. Pep Club 4. 
"She's as bright as an 
April sky," 



Claude Franklin James 
"One of the best things to 
hove up your sleeve is a 
funny bone." 




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Charles E. Janes, Jr. 

"Let your liirht so dhine,* 



Walter Robert Johnson 

"Friends. Roman*. Class- 
mates, lend me your home- 
work.*' 



Kay Havird Jarrell 
B«U» Club 3. 4 ; Tri-Hi-Y 3. 
4; Chri.4tinn Workt'rs Council 
8. 4 ; Hijih Honor 3. 
"She came here to study, and 

her mission \a well fulfill' 

ed." 



Milo Preston Johnson 

Band 3. 4 : Captain 4 : 
Drum Major 4. Vice Prcdi- 
dont 4. 

"They 8a>- there arc better 
men than I. 
But I'll have to Ret my 
dlnsses." 



Ann Elizabeth Jenks 

Honor 3; Future Nurses 3 ; 
Student Council 4. 
"Small of Ktature. but lar^e 
of heart." 



Fred Vaughn Jennings 

•'H^' mfijor*'^! in nliltiolncj-." 



Sheila Ann Johnson 

HiRh Honor 2, 3. 
"If she were ten instead of 
one. nine more friends 
would have more fun." 



Barbara Marilyn 
Jowers 

Tri-Hi-Y 4 : Y-Tecns 4. 
treasurer 4: Annual Staff 4. 
"Lo^vly and likeable." 



Carol Ann Jernlgan 

Hiirh Ilonur 2. 3: Beta Club 
3. 4: Younc Life 2. 3. 4: 
Girts Athletic Awiociatton 3. 
4; Athletic AsNocintinn 3. 4; 
Athletic Council 4 : Basket- 
ball 2. 3. 4 : President of 
class 2; Chrlstinn Workers 
' Council 3. 4 : Top Ten 3. 
"She looks like an antrcl and 

acts like one too. 
But you never can t<'lJ what 

an nnccl will do." 

Virginia Ann K'Burg 

Girls Athletic Associiition 3, 
*. Council 4 : Christian Work- 
ers Council 3. 4. secretary 
3 : Beta Cl\ib 3. 4 : chaplain 1 ; 
Dramatic Club 3: Hiith Hon- 
ors 3. 

"Nature made her what she 
is, and nc\'cr mndc an- 
other." 



They go at duty's stern command, 





Helen Cain Kelley 
Honor Citizen Award 2; Be- 
ta Club 3. 4: HiKh^t Hon- 
or 3; Treble Clef Club 3; 
Gilds' VbcaJ Knsemble 3 : 
Girli) Athletic Association 3, 
4. Council 3. 4; Basketball 3 : 
Christian Workers Council 
4: Girls* Activities Medal 4. 
"A daughter of the irods — 

Divinely tall and most di- 

ly fair." 



Nancy Glanaire King 

Future Nun^es 3 : Tri-Hi-Y 
3: Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 3. 4 : Annual Staff 4 : 
Yountr Life 4. 

"If personality made success. 
she wwuld have it made." 



Sandra Laverne King 

Annual Staff 4 ; Tri-Hi-Y 
4: Y-Teens 4. program chair- 
man 4 : Christian Workers 
Council 4. 

"Pleasure fills your youth- 
ful years, drop study if it 
interfena." 



Martha Elizabeth 
Kinsey 

Y-Teens 2. 3. 4 : President 2. 
"Like a madonna fair was 

she. Filled with maidenly 

purity." 



Nancy Ruth Kirby 
■■L«ivr bo true to her. Life, 
be (h-*nr to her. 



Health. 
Joy, 



stay close to her. 
draw near tu her.*' 



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Myrna Loy Kitchens 
Future Homemakiers 3, 4 
"A miss ia as good as £ 

wants to be. , ." 



Kendall Ellis Kitchens 
Band I. 2, 3, 4. secretary 
and Executive officer 4. 
"Never do today what can 
be put off until tomorrow." 



Jacqueline Anne Knight 

Future Nurses 3. 4- Annual 
Staff 4. Publisher 4; Young 
Life 3. 4; Christian Work- 
ers Council 3. Pep CJub 4. 
"An example of golden 
sweetness and delight." 



Nancy Carolyn 

Krewson 
"A constant bubble of happy 
talk and laughter, . ." 



Clarence Alexander 
Lang III 

Second Lieutenant 4 ; Sabre 

Club 4. 

"Full of laughter, full of 

pep. 
Never quiet that's his rep." 



On sea, in the sky, or distant land, 






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William Stevens 

Lanier, Jr. 
Footbull 1. t. 3. 4: Sergeant 
4. 

"Mischief is where you find 
it. 
Enpecially if he's behind it" 



Charles Milner Lively 

Fi«>thall 3. 4; Mimketecr 
SlJiff 4; First Lieutenant 4; 
Siibi-e Club 4 ; Rifle team 3 ; 
Christian Workers CViuncil 
3. 4 ; Annunl Stn/f 4 : Young 
Life Officer 4. 
"If womtMi interfere with 
work, (juit work. . ." 



Laverne James 



Jeanette Loflin 

High Honur 3 ; Honor 3; 
Sponsor 4 ; Girls Activities 
Medal 4 ; Richmon<I Choral- 
iers 2. 3, 4; Accompanist 
Annual SUff 2, Aiist. Busi- 
ness M'anitgcr : Mu3kct<5>r 
Staff 3: Christian Workers 
Council 2. 3: Beta Club 3. 
4; Girls Vocal Ensemble 4. 
"Overflow of achievement. ." 



Frances Kay Lee 

Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 

"A pretty face and spark- 
linir eyes, 
Beneath which much mis- 
chief lies. . .•' 



John Robert Long 
Sinvrinp Mu3ket«>TS 3 ; Young 
Life 3. 4; Hi-Y 4. Treasurer. 
"The man who blushes is 
not i|uite Q brute. . ." 



Richard Jennings Lee 



Young Life 3. 4 : 
Workers Council 
gcant 4. 
*"I\> worr>- little, 

less. Is my idea 

ncss. . ." 


Ch 
4: 

to 

of 


riatian 
Ser- 

study 
happi- 


William 
Loyal 


1 Thurmond 


Sergeant First Class 4 ; Hi- 

Y 4. 

"A big man. A big hc«rt. . ." 



Carolyn Dahlia Leonard 
"You will find her true and 
just, 
A gi rl whom all will love 
and trust." 



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Robert Randolph Lucky 

Senreant 4 : Football 3 : Bas- 
ketball 3 ; Christian Workers 
Council 3, 4. 

"One who never turns hia 
back. 
But marches chest forwnrd" 



Judith Ann Mack 
Christian Workers Council 
3. -I • Future Homcmakera 
3. 4:' Treble Clef Club 4; 
Beta 3. 4: High Honor 1.2, 
3: Girls Athletic Association 
3: Rainbow Staff 4: Youne 
Life 2. 3. 4. 
"Full of laufthter, joy, and 

charm. 
This sweet Kat can do no 

harm. . ." 



Ann Macklin 



Patricia Ann Maddox 

"A little bit of knowlcdKc 
plus a large amount uf 

bluff. . ." 
Make all the teachers think 
I know my stuff. . ." 



Richard Lamar 
Magruder, Jr. 

HiRh Honor 1. 2, 3; Foot- 
ball 2. 3, 1: BetA Club 3. 4: 
Key Club 4; Hi-Y 4; Sports- 
manship award 4 ; 
"Gaiety in his manner, ser- 
iousness in his thought. . .'* 



Led on by touch of spirit hand, 



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Samuel Fiske Maguire 

Honor 1. 2. 3; Christian 
Workers Council 4; Hi-Y 
secretary 4 : Sabre Club 4 : 
2nd Lieutenant 4. 
"Describe him, who can, an 
abridKemcnt of all that is 
pleasant in man. . ." 



Georgia Elizabeth 

Markert 
Girls Athletic Association — 
Vice President 3: Council 4: 
Christian Workers Council 
4 : Cheerleader 4 : Basket* 
ball 2. 3, 4; Honor 8. 4. 
"Love, be true to hvr. Life. 

be dear to her. 
Health, stay close to her, 

Joy. draw near to her.*' 



Anna Eugenia Marks 

Vounit Life 3. 4 ; Beta Club 
3. 4; Girls Athletic Associa- 
tion 3. 4 : Honor 3. 
"GinKer is the spice of our 
lives. . ." 



Sandra Evelina Martin 

Y-Tcens 3. 4 ; secretary : Tri- 

Hi- Y 4: Rainbow Staff 4: 

Christian Workers Council 

4. 

"Short but (lanircrous." 



Fredrick Marion 

McBrayer 
Christian Workers Council 
-1 : 1st Lt. 4 : Sabre Club. 
"The only way to irot ahead 

is to use the one you'v* 

KoL . ." 



Symm Hawes McCord 

Bund 1. 2. 4; Rifle Team 3. 

-l-Captain : Drum and Buclc 

Corps Commander 4 • Sabre 

Club 4. 

"I believe a man should have 
a mind of his own, — Know 
where I can borrow one?" 



Amon McCormack, Jr. 

Hi-Y 4 : Band 3: S«t. 1st 

Class 4. 

"Always happy, never ead : 

Bomvtimes nautchty. never 

bad." 



Lucile McDonald 

Christian Workers Council 

4 : Younc Life 3, 4. 

"If eyes be windows of the 

soul, hers* surely must be 

britrht. . ." 



Betty Lynn McKenzle 

Beta Club 3. I : Treble Clef 
Club 3. 4; Christian Workvrs 
Council 3. 4. 

"Little sparks start Kreat 
fires. . .■' 



Mary Helen McGinty 

Student Council I: Girls Ath- 
Ictic AsMfKintion 4 ; Chris- 
tian Workers Council 3. 4; 
Mastjueteers 3: Musketiicr 4: 
Younir Life 2, 3. secretary 4. 
"Did you ever sec a drenm 
walkinii?'* 



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John Buzzy McMillan 

Football 3. 4; Christian 

Workers Council 4; "B" 

Varsity Basketball 3 ; Base- 
ball. 3, 4. 

"The midnight oil he burns 

is Amoco. . ." 



Robert Allen Milhous 

"If schr..<il is liberty, gi 
me death. . ." 



Janie Sue McNorrill 

Christian Workers Council 
3, 4 : Tri-Hi-Y 3 : Future 
Nurses 4 : Athletic Associa- 
tion 4: Honor 3; Annual 
Staff 3. 

"She's a short circuit with 
plenty of spark. . ," 



Alfred Montague Miller 

Football 3. 4: Track 3, 4- 
Highest Honor MS&T 3: V'. 
F. W. Sabre 3; Chaplain 
Sabre Club 4 : Annual Staff 
4 : Gold "R" 4 : Lt. Colonel 4. 
"He kept one eye on the 

ball and and the other on 

the girls. . ." 



Mary Theresa McNuIty 
Honor 2 : Highest Honor 3 ; 
Beta Club 3, 4 ; Future 
Teachers 3. 4 ; Christian 
Workers Council 3. 4; Latin 
Club 3. 
"She gives herself to deeds 

of worth. . ." 



Brenda Vivian Mitchell 
Y-Teens 4 : Tri-Hi-Y 4; 
Christian Workers Council 
4. 

"Once your friend, always 
your friend. . ." 



Clifford Terrell Melton 
Football 2 ; Sports Editor 3. 
"It's better to have a leak 
in the gas tank than a 
drip behind the wheel. . ." 



Emily Mitchell 

Christian Workers Council 
3. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Annual 
Staff 4. 
"Hitch you;r wagwn to a 

star and therefore reach 

great heights." 



Finley Henderson 
Merry 

First Lieutenant 4 : Sabre 
Club 4 : Christian Workers 
Council 3. 4; Golf Team 4: 
Tennis 4; Young Life 3, 4 ; 
Hi- Y 4 : "B" Varsity Bas- 
ketball 3. 

"A shrewd business man — 
monkey, that is. . ," 



Of our fair Alma Mater. 



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George Walker Mobley 

Sabre Club 4 ; 2nd Lieuten- 
ant 4; Band 2. 
"Studying is an institution— 

but I don't want to go 

there. . ." 



Ivey Clark Mock 
M-Sgt. 4. 
"Men arc ruled by trifles — 




Helen Marie 
Montgomery 

Christian Workers Council 
3, 4. 

"She docs ns she \\'uuld be 
done by. . ." 



Charles Pitts Moody 

Fnothnit 2. 3. 4; Captain "B" 
Co. 4; Christian WnrkeiT 
Council 3 ; Manager of Base- 
ball Team 2, 4; Sabre Club 
4. 
"A RTcHt believer in life. 

Liberty, and the Happiness 

of Pursuit, . ." 



Sylvia Ann Morgan 
livUi Club 3. 4; Honor 3. 
"Variety is the spice of 

life — Here's one variety." 



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Catherine Harper 


Corrille Stevenson 


Mildred Genett Morris 


Jesse Thomas Moseley 


Billie Maxine Mundy 


Morris 


Morris 


ChriHtian Wurkeni Council ; 


Koutlmll 3. 4 : nni>ki-tl>all 3, 


Tri-Hi-Y 3; Christian Work- 


"A iioo*' jirjiumcnt fur en- 
education. . ."' 


liiirhi-Ht Honor 1.'^. 3. 4 ; Stu- 
dent Council, Pres. 2. Vice 
Vrv*. 4 : Beta Club 3. 4- 


Hort,>n« 3. 

"With nuch a comrade*, nuch 
a friend. 


Manncer 4 ; HnKehall 3. 
"Live to learn and learn to 
live." 


en. Council 3. 1. 
"A k'ood name is rather to 
be choxen than ureal rich- 




Pres.: Latin Club Prcn. 3: 


1 fain would walk till jour- 




es. . ." 




Christian Workers Council 


ney's end. . ." 








4: Annual Staff 3. 4: GirU 










Activities Medal 4. 










"In our world of today one 










can be both beautiful and 










intclliiTcnt." 




Sandra Gail Nelson 


Stanley Ernest 


Sandra Margaret Munn 


Jim Murphy 


Tim Neal, Jr. 


"Shv'o younK and pretty with 


Neuhaus 


Athletic Association 3. 4 ; 


"Nut too iterious. not too 


"What Hhould a man do but 


lauirhinir lipn : 


"Where is the end of atudy? 


Christian Workers Council 


Koy : 


be merry." 


She haji the world at her 


Let me know." 


3. 4 : Sponsor 4. 


But n rare Kood fellow when 




finiter tipii." 




"A fair oxtcrior is a silent 


it comcj* ti> play.'" 








recommendation." 












A gracious mother, fair a 


nd wise. 






Thomas Edward 
Newman 

Lieutentint; Sabre Club. 
"He who has a thoUHand 

friends has not a friend 

to sparv." 



Helen Marie Newsome 

Future HuniemnkerH 4. 
"And yet a spirit still and 

brieht with aomethinff of 

anftelic liifht.** 



Charles Ira Newton 

"An honest man is 
noblest work of God." 



Susan Hunter Newton 

Hitih Honor 3: Ijitin Club 3 : 
Christian Wurkern Council 
3. 4 ; Future Teachers 4 ; Be- 
ta Club 3. 4; Tri- Hi-Y 3. 4. 
"Sweeter also than honey in 
the honeycomb." 



Elaine Nicholson 

I^ilin Club 3: Christian 
Work.-rs Council 4 ; Athle- 
tic Association 4; Ad Sales- 
man 4. 

"Come and trip it as you tro 
On the liizht fantastic toe." 



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Barb'ara Alice Norris 

"There is nothinff -worth 
the wear of \vinning 
But laughter and the love of 
friends." 



Barbara Ann Ock 

Latin Club' 3 ; Annual Staff 
3 ; Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 3; Beta Club 3. 4. 
"A mind that is able, a face 

that is fair, 
A combination that is very 

rare.'' 



Mary Helen Oetjen 

■"The Reneral infusion of 



Mary Joyce Oglesby 

Treble Clef Club 4. 
"There are whole veins of 
diamonds in her eyes." 



Deanna Elaine 
O'Halloran 

"A heart with room for 
every joy." 



Ten thousand sons she yet shall bear, 




Nell HoltO'Rander 

"Sh^-, %vith nil. h.T ttond hum- 
ur aharcH — 
Guud nature brimminir in 
the fritrndly Bmilc she 
wears." 



Martha Ann Phillips 
"A Kentle mind by Rontle 



David Frank Patterson 



deeds is known.' 



C.Id -I," J: WwM HuKur U; 
VicL* PrcHiiK-iit ..f I.iitin 
Club 3: Knnd W. 1: C"ouncil 
4; Treimurvr of Band 1; Be- 
ta Club 3, 4 : Annual Stnff 
3 : Pub. of Annual 4: Drn- 
mntic Club 4; Sec-Tr«ui. of 
Ki-y Club 4. 

"They told him to chance 
the car and keep the oil." 



Otis Dixon Phillips 

Football MunnKer 2. 3. 4; 
Baseball Mnnnt;er 4. 
' ' K vi-ry man of cou race is 
a man of his word." 



Barbara Jo Paul 

llii:b IIon.irH 2: Honors 3: 
Student Council 1: Christian 
Workera Council 4. 
"Work is the meat of life; 
plcnsurc. the dessert." 



Frances Jeanette 
Pittman 

"The time \o be happy U 
now." 



Walter Irvin 
Pearre, Jr. 

Chiiriilirn. 3 ; Muskotcera 4; 
MiiHti-r SerKcnnt 4. 
"Music iit the universal ]an- 
Kutitcv uf mankind." 



Carolyn Glenda Pond 

Tubm:in T..p Ti-n 2: Prcsi- 
dent iif H..mi- Rtxrm 3; See. 
Treaa. Jr. Class 2; Y- 
TeenB 3. 1 : Future T*>ach- 
ers. Vice Pre!<ident 3 ; Bn*« 

Club 8. 4. 

"Fit to utand the iraxc of 
millions." 



Parnell Peterson 

-A frieii.N may wc-li 



i-eckonc<J 
nature." 



masterpiece 



Patsy Ann Pond 

■"Oh then I ^aw her eye was 
briiiht, 
A well of low. a spring 
of lifcht." 



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Dorothy Louise Powell 

"She's Kood-n»turod. unsel- 
fish, true. 
Always has a smile, cspecinl- 
Uy for you." 



Mary Leona Prather 

Future Honivmakers 3. 4 : 
Christian Workers Council 
3. 4. 

"Devout and pure. 
Sober, steadfast, and de- 
mure." 



Carol Arlene Price 



that 



"She spreads around 

maKic Bp\'ll. 
That makes all people love 
her well." 



Bobbie Earline Price 

•■L«MjkB to e<iual her Kmcc.*' 



Miriam Patricia Price 

"Tht' itnly true happinc&a is 
fiiiind when you have a 
multitude of friends.*' 



With souls unseared in honor's eyes. 






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Noel Lamar Price 



"Bubble. 
t:*juble. 



bubble, toil and 



Gall Mary Remley 
Future Nurses 3, Prcs. -1 : 
Annual Staff 1 : Tri-Hi-Y 
3. Treasurer 4 : Younn Life 
3. 4 : Christian Worker* 
Council 3. 4; Top Ten 3; 
Student Council 4. 
"She was beloved, a tniest 
with welcome wide 
Who had friends throuKhout 
the countryside." 



Louise Weltch Pund 

.Sponsor -1 ; Athletic Associa- 
tion 3. Council 4: Beta Club 
3. 4- flonom 3: Dramatics 
Club* 4: Annual Staff 4: 
Christian Workers Council 
3, 4 : Executive Committee 
of Christian Workers Cbun- 
cil 4. 
"Sometimes from her eyes I 

did receive fair, matchless 

messaKes." 



Johnnie Audley Reeder 

SoTEeant First Clans 3; 

Christian Workers Council 

3. 

"He Kained from Heaven 

( 'twas nil he wished ) a 

friend," 



Fairy Joan Ray 

Athletic Association : Future 

Nurses 

"And ainiE she would, or 

piny the flute all day. 
She was as fresh as is the 

month of M^y." 



John Dixon 
Reynolds III 

Honon* 3 : Ncatv-it Cadet S : 
Hiirh Honor MS&T 3; "B" 
Varnity Football 3, Football 
4 : Golf 3. 1: Christian Work- 
ers Council 3. 4; Annual 
Staff 4: Musketeer SUf f 4 : 
Major Batt. Executive Of- 
ficer 4 : Sabre Club 4. 
"What now you sec is only 

half the promise of thinKS 

to be." 



Martha Ophelii Ray 

I'.nor 3. 

"ThouifhilcMs of loveliness, 
she is loveliness herself." 



Barbara Read 



Rita Lilyon Rhoden 

«ionJier>. 3; Tri-HiY 4; 
Futun- Nur.ti-8 1 : Chri«tian 
Workers Council 4 : Activi- 
ties Award 2: Annual SUff 
4. 

"LnuKh and the world lauirhs 
with you." 



Carl Wayne Richards 
■'Evcr>' inch an athlete, and 
he's measured in millime- 
ters." 



tjd. M. W. ffenio'i^ 




Martha Shadle Ringson 
Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4; Library Club 
1, 2: President 2 : Future 
Teachers 3. 4 : Christian 
Workers Council 3. 4; Hon- 
or 4: Activities Award 2; 
Newspaper Staff 1 . 2 ; 
Honorary Member, A. V, 
C. 2. 

"Of learnini; took she Great- 
est care and heed. 

Nor spoke one word more 
than was her need." 



Avis Ann Rollins 

Future Homt-makers 3, 4; 
Girls Drill Platoon 4; Young 
Life 4. 

'*SinK away sorrow, laugh 
care." 



Carroll Leon Roberson 

"Youth will not always last, 
so prepare the future by 
molding the past," 



Clara Delores Rosier 

"My true love hath i 
heart." 



Donna Elmire 
Rocheleau 

Future Nurses 3, 4 : Future 
Homemakers 3. 4 ; Girls 
Drill Platoon 4 ; Young Life 
3, 4. 

"Not all the tresses that 
fair heads boast 
Shall draw such en\-y as 
the locks 5T3U boast." 



Peggy Joanne Rowe 

Basketball 3; Future Teach- 
ers 3. 4; Athletic Association 
3, 4 : Intramural Sports 3, 
4. 
"Trouble nc\-er troubles me." 



Carolyn Annette 
Rodgers 

"She's smiling and happy, 
rarely sad. 
One of the best friends you 
ever had." 



Leonard Roy Rubin 

Beta Club: Key Club. 
"Youth so full of pleasure, 
life so full of merriment." 



James Harvey Rogers 

""A little nonsense now and 
then 

Is relished by the wisest 
men." 



Anna T. Rufo 

Tri-Hi-Y 3: Athletic As- 
sociation 4 : Future Nurses 
4. 

"A kind heart makes for 
success," 



With zeal to do, with will to dare. 




Evelyn R. Russetl 

Future Tvachers 3 ; Choral- 
ien* 3: Christian Workers 
Council 3 : Future Homemak- 
ers 3, 4. 
"Opportunity awniting her.'' 



Mary Josephine 
Ruttedge 

"Swi-et and pretty, neat 
and fair.. 
Loved by c\'eryQne, every 
where." 



William Joseph 
Salley 

Ilcst Driliwi Suuad 3: Hi-Y 

4 ; Scnreant First Class 4, 

"A future brieht as sun- 
shine." 



Ja:k Lewis 
Sandlin, Jr. 

"Though I am young. I 
scorn tu (lit 
On the winirs of borrowed 
wit." 



Joan Sanderson 

Gh-e Club 1- Future Homo- 
makers 1 : Christian Work- 
ers C<iuncil 2. 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2; 
Treble Ckf Club S: Girl* 
Drill riatoun 4 - Musketeer 
Stiff 4, 

"There is lanRuaire in her 
eyes." 



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James Ronald Saxon 


Geraldine Travis 


John Saxon 




Van Norte 


Cleo Elizabeth Scott 


"SinK away sorrow. Laugh 


Saxon 


"A silent exterior i 


>• a fair 


Schindledecker 


Christinn Workers Council 


away care." 


Baskctbnil 3. 4 ; Future Nur- 
ses 4; Athletic Association 
4: Honors 3. 4. 
"Be cheerful all the live- 
long day." 
And make othera happy 
alonir the way.'' 


recomnrendntion." 




•■Stuidfast in ihuunht." 


1 : Future Homcmakcrs 3 ; 
Athletic Amttociation 3. 
"Happy - Ko - lucky in her 

trend. 
But nil in all. a very (rood 

friend." 



And when their well-spent days are told, 



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Judith Rose Scott 

Treble CM 3; Y-Teens 2. 3; 
Christian Workers Council 
1 ; Future Homcmakers 2. 
3: Glee Club 1. 
"Cute and sweet — Can that 
bo beat?" 



John Wilcox Sheehan 

'"What care he fur class or 
books. 
Zero marks or scornful 
looks?" 



Janice Manan Seals 
Glee Club 1; Future Home- 



m-ikers 1. 
"Carefree 

long." 



OS the day 



Ralph Young 
Shuping. Jr. 

Rifle Tcnm 4 ; Key Club 4 : 
Scnreant First Class 4: 
Audio Visual Club 1, 2, 3. 
"Sob<*r but not serious. 
Quiet but not idle." 



Evelyn Patricia 
Shackelford 

rhri!.iinn Workvrs Council 
3, 4; Beta Club 3. 4; Young 
Life 4 : Athletic Association 
4: Honors 1. 2: Annual 
Staff 4. Editor 4; High 
Hor-unt 3, 4 ; Musketeer 
Staff 4. 

"It's womnn'n privilege to 
change her mind." 



Mary Frances Sikes 

Christian Workers Council 
1. 2. 3; Y-Tc>ens 1; Dramatic 
Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Future 
HomemakerB 1 ; Vice Prcs. 
Library Club 2. 
"O be my friend, and teach 
me to be thine." 



Judith Margo Shaw 

Chrifltiiin Workem Council 
3; Beta Club 3, 4: Future 
Tenchern 3. 4 : Y-Tcens 4 : 
High H»»nv>r 3; Honor 4. 
*' K nowleflge is proud Hhe 

ha-H h.'arneil ko much ; 

Wisdom humble that she 

knowA no more." 



Mary Lehman Symms 

Annual Staff 4. 
■■Ther.' fa no genius without n 
mixture of humor. . ." 



Luther Agee Shead 

"B" Varitiiy Biiiiketball 2 : 
Basiball 2. 3. 4 : "A" Var- 
sity BuHketball 3. 4 : Master 
Sergeant 4. 
"Ambition has no re«t." 



William John Small 
Kvy Club 4: Sergeant 4. 
"Far away we search before 
we find 
A hcnrt so good and kind." 



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Jane Elise Smalley 
Hiprh Honor 3, 4 : Sponsor 
4 : Beta Club 3. 4 : Future 
Homemakers 3. Treasurer. 
4 : Presidient. Christian Work- 
ers Council 3, 4 : Young 
Life 3. 4; Annual Staff 4; 
Student Council 4. 
"If worry were the only 

cause of death, she would 

live forever." 




Sara Pauline Snider 
Christian Workers Council 
3. 4 : Annual Staff 4 : Tri- 
Hi-Y 3. 4. President 4; Fu- 
ture Teachers 4 ; Athletic 
Association 4 : Young Life 
3. 4. 
■"And always she was held 

in greatest renown : 
As was her worth, so was 

her wisdom known."' 

John Thomas Sosby 

Highest Honor 3 : Beta Club 
3, 4: Vice President 4 : An- 
nual Staff 3, 4; Band 3: 
Sergeant First Class 4 ; 
Key Club 4 : Latin Club 3. 
Treasurer. 

"And certainly in music he 
had skill. 
And did his part with 
right Rvwd will. 



James Lee Smalley 
High Honor 1 ; Honor 4 ; 
Gold "R" Society 4; 
"B" Varsity Football 3 ; "A" 
Varsity Football 4 ; Tennis 
3. 4 : President of Hi-Y 4 : 
Key Club 4 ; Sabre Club 4; 
First Lieutenant 4: Christian 
Workers Council 3, 4 : Vice 
President of Young Life 3. 
4 : Annual Staff 4 : Presi- 
dent Junior Class 3: Kappa 
Gamma Rho 3; High Honor 
MS & T 3, 4. 

"He is one of us who num- 
bers his friends by his ac- 
quaintances." 

William Amory Smith 

Sergeant First Class. 
"A future bright as sun- 
shine," 



Dorothy Jeanette Sox 

Christian Workers Oouncil 

4. 

"If a girl looks at life with 

a grin : 
Has brain along with it. 

she's sure to win," 



From every deed of hero bold, 



Barbara Annette 
Strickland 

Treble Clef Club 3. Future 

Homemakers 3. 

"Golden slumbers kiss your 

ywu when 



Vesta Lee Strickland 
".^m I nut rich ? A million- 
aire no less, 
If woDlth be told in terms 
of happiness."' 



Randall Strozier 
"Happy is hv who is born 
and taught. 
Whose nrmor is his honest 



Ihourht, 



Edward Styron 

"He never m<iurns a mis- 
chief that is gvme, 
But pliinx n way to bring 
new mi.Hchief on. . ." 




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William Otis 
Spivey, Jr. 

"FcW certainly he was n 
yjunir ninn rare." 

Floyd Hewette 
Stapleton 

••Not thut 1 love not to 
study. 
But that 1 love fun more.*' 




Lillie Carolyn Stevens 

Y-Toen« 1. 2: Kutun- Homo- 
mnkvnt 1. 2: Draninlic Club 

"She made n sonn or versos 
for delight. 
Jest imd dance draw pic- 
ture*, or write." 



Wallis Lee Stevens 

Honorary Cadet Colonel -1: 
Class Prcidont 4 : Y-Tcen» 
3. \ : Christian Workcm 
Council 2. 3. -i- Sponsor S; 
ircble Clef Club 3; Slu- 
'li-nt Council 4. 
A dnuKhtcr fair, bo buxorr, 
hljthe. and debonair. . ." 



Weave thou a crown more rich than gold, 



Mary Alice Stewart 

■Tm seldom indiirnant and 
ncv<.T MUri'rJ.H)-<l, . ,"' 

Clarence Wade 
Stevenson 

Bard :i: HuRJe Corps 4 : 
SkU 4. 

"I have laid aside businv«ii 
and Konc a-fishin(t- ■ •" 

Sara Lane Stinchomb 

Future H\>momnkor!* 3, 4 : 
Christian Workent Council 
2. 3, 4. 

"Somewhat she lisped her 
words in playful sound." 



Patricia Ann 
Stillwell 



Studvnt 



Honor Society 

Council 1. 2. 

••Here i« a jtirl who is never 

still. 
She's always talkin-/ and 
(iho always will. . ." 

Wllma Louise Strauss 

Future Homemakers 3. 4 ; 
Treble Clef Club 3 : Girls 
Athletic Associatiun 3: 
Christian Workers Council 
4. 

"Enetish was sweet upon 
her toniruc. . .'' 

Robert Street 

'•In manhood's vigor, he 
was lackins naueht. . ." 





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Phillip Sumpter 

"A bi;^ man, a bis heart. 






Lizzie Mae Tanner 

Honor 2, 3 ; Y-Teens 3 ; Tri- 
Hi-Y 3; Christian Workers 
Council 3, 4 : Future Home- 
makers 3. 

"Her speech was wise and 
soundly taucht. . ." 



Peggy Sutton 

Y-Teens 3, 1, project chair- 
m-n 3; Treble Clef Club 3; 
G'rls Drill Platoon 4. 
"Time, I dare thee to dis- 
cover auch a youth. . ." 



Betty Taylor 

Honor 3 ; Future Homemak- 
ers 3: Christian Workers 
Courcil 4. 

"Picture a girl, heart made 
of gold — 
There you have 'Betty' ! My 
story is told. . ." 



Lidie Glover Swan 

Honor 4; Christian Workers 
Cvjuncil 4; Anunal Staff 4; 
Student Council 4 ; Girls 
Athletic Association 4 ; Spon- 
sor 4 : Basketball 4. 
"But language she spoke : 
but how hard it was to 
make her ; She laughed all 
the time at Richmond-on 
Baker. . ." 



Mary Elizabeth Taylor 

Christian Workers Council 

4. 

"She serveth not another's 

will 
But tells the truth with her 

utmost skill. . ." 



Beverley Tanenbaum 



Tracy Stephens 
Teasley 

"Not too serious, not too Kay, 
But a rare fellow when 
Tracy comes to play. . ." 



Stoney Taylor 

"Always smilinir. never sad; 
Sometimes nauRhty, but 
never bad. . ." 



For brow of Alma Mater. — Dr. Eric W. Hardy. 




Sandra Gail 
Timmerman 

Trebl.. Clef Club 
"Wlio iriveM hei 
I'vi'ry tiiHk, 
Who kccpM tlif 
nil. . ." 



3, 4. 
hunt 



Joan Toole 



"A miiidiM) all who saw 

admiri-d. Courtt-ous tho* 

cuy. and wontle tho' rc- 



Jack Columbus 
Tomlln, Jr. 

Uiflo Toam 4 ; Track 3, 4 : 
BaHkotball 3; M'-SKt 4: Hon- 
■»r 3. 

"Happy am I. from caro 
I'm fruc: 
Why aren't thr-y all con- 
tented like mc7" 



Barbara Trotter 
"Pei-sonality is th>? thin»r 
that towers over ovcrythinK 
else. . ."' 



Martha Ann 
Trowbridge 

Christian Wiirkers Council 
3. 4 ; Sponsor 4 ; Annual 
Staff 4. 
"She is lovely ! This wide 

world "round. 
We are sure that her «iunl 

could nc^-rr be found. . ." 



^L M. W. <9^jifcu 




Joseph Maxwell 
Vallotton 

Hii-Y vice prc-s. -l : Chria- 
ian Workers Council -I; Rif- 
le Tcnm -1: Annual Staff 4: 
"His valor and hia mind 
prove him superior to his 

' ind. .." 
"His valor and his mind 

prove him supfjrior tw his 

kind. . ." 



Mary Anne Turley 

Honor roll 1, 2, 3. J : Hish- 
CHt Honur 3: LU-la Club 3. 4: 
M n«MUctecni 4 : Editorial 
Writer uf Muitkctecr 4. 
"A dnuKhtpr nf the Kods, 
divinely tall. 
And most divinely fair. . ." 



Maryann Volpltto 

Itctn Club 3, 4: Sponsor 1; 
YouHK Life 3. 4 : Christian 
Workers Council 4 : Annual 
Staff 4: Honor 3: 
"To know her is to love 
her. . ." 



Frances Carolyn 

Turner 
ChriHtinn WorkL-ri* Council 
3: GirU Drill Platoon 4. 
"Cui fnrtuna ipua ccdil. 

(To whom fortun*' trivw* 

way ) . 



Elsie La-Vane Ward 

B'lnH, 2. 3. 

"A merry liKhl irlvum^ fr< 
hx-r cyen." 



Donald Ray Tyre 

•We leave thy praine un- 

i-xpreiinwl 
Wc leave thy ercatneiui to 
be Kucascd" 



Sara Clement Ward 

Betii Cliil. : Christian Work- 
-n. Council 

"Sunshine creepn from be- 
hind her amilc." 



Elizabeth Utiey 

"A merry heart mnketh 
rhi-erful countenance. . ." 



Ralph Leon Waters, Jr. 

"A Mkeahle fellow with 
iimuniMK wnyM. . ." 



COLOR SONG: Oh our hearts with joy ore thrilling 
When the Richmond colors wove 





James Martin 
Wallace, Jr. 

Football 3. 4 : High Honor 
3: BeU Club 3. 4: Student 
Council 4. 
"I care not for women; 

let them care for them- 

Hclvea. . ." 



Sarah Anne Walton 

Beta Club 3. 4 : Christian 
Workers Council 4 ; Future 
Homcmakers 1, 2, 3, 4. 
"She is like a burst of sun- 
shine on a rainy day. . ." 



Rosalyn Welch Waters 

Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4: Annual Staff 
■1 : Christian Workers Council 
3, 4 : Athletic Association 4. 
"Many noWe thoutihta in 
thee are stored." 



Marion Warren 

Honor 3: Majorette 2. 3. 4. 
"When hearts arc true. Few 
wurds will do." 



Patricia Ann Waller 

Hi^'h Honor:* 3: Dankotball 
2. 3, 4; Christian Workers 
Council 4 : Athletic Associa- 
tinn Council 3. Point MRna* 
irer 4; Musketeers Staff 4, 
Girls Activity Medal. 
"Winninn (« her way and 
sunny is her smile. . ." 



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Martha Ann Warren 

Honor Roll 1. 2: Hieh Hon- 
or 3 ; Beta Club 3, 4 ; Chris- 
tian Workers Council 3, 4; 
Future Teachers 3. 4. 
■■Quiet anri reserved — her 
friendship is well worth hav- 
inc. . ." 

Faye Ann Weathers 

Christian Workers Council 
"Smile at the world and the 
world smiles back at you.'' 

James C. 

Weatherly, Jr. 

"The gentle mind by eentle 
deeds is known. . ." 



Henry O. Webb, Jr. 

"Ev^ry day and every min- 
ute, he fills with living to 
the limit." 

James Gardiner 
Weigle, III 

Ti-ack .3: Honors 3: Sabre 
Club 4 : S(|uad Sergeant 3; 
Platoon Leader 4. 
"He has shining gifts that 
attract all eyes. , ." 

Jane Simmons Weltch 
Beta Club 3, 4; Christian 
Workers Council 3, 4 ; Athle- 
tic Council 3; Annual Staff 
4 : Athletic Association 3. 4; 
Honors 3 : HiEh Honors 4 ; 
Basketball 1. 2 : Vice Pres. 
4. 

"Grace, gentleness and 
beauty. . ." 



And our spirits rise with rapture 
When the Richmond sons are brave. 



Judith Wilson Welborn 

Christian Work"ers Council 
3: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Y-Teena 3, 
4 ; Basketball 3. 4. 
"No wonder teachers 
turns grey. 
I chatter, chatter r 

day. . .'' 
Ramona Elizabeth 
Westbrook 



hair 
the 



Kui.lc hu-r 



"Wisdt.m 
bititm. . ." 

Marjorle Elizabeth 
Westbury 

Christi.ui Workers Council 
•1. 

"Thy nmilcHty is a cniidle to 
thy merit. . ." 

Annie Elizabeth 

White 
Chri-iiiiiii Work-ers Council 
.'t. 1: Future Homcmakers 1, 

2. 3. 

"I count only the hours that 
arc bright. . .'' 
Raymond Dutton White 

Highest Hon. 11-, I. 2; High 
Honors 3. 4 ; lictn Club 3. 
4 : Parliiimentariiin 4 : Siibre 
Club 4 ; Treasurer 4 ; Key 
Club 4. Prcsithent 4 : Sei-- 
gcant 3 ; Cjiptnin 4 ; Annual 
Staff 4: Military Honors 3, 
4. 

"I haven't let n woman jiin 
cnythinir on me since I 
was a baby." 

Barbara Irene 
Whitehead 

Christian Workers Council 

3. 4: Tri-HiY 4, 

"None knew thee but to 
lo%'e. 
Nor nnmet) thro but 
praise." 




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mMkk 



Mariellen Williams 
"She walks in beauty, like 
the nifrht." 

Linda Ann Williams 

U.'iskethall 2. 3. 4 : Christian 
Wurkt-rs Oourcil 2. 3. 4 : 
Athletic Association 3. 4 : 
Council 3: Future Teachers 
\. 

"Let her be always as ra- 
diant to see. 
As b?autiful and blylhe and 
(ray. As perfect as she 
is i.«i..y.*' 
Emory Jarrell 
Williamson 
C.Ai Ttiim 2. 3; Christian 
Wurkor> Council 3. 4: Hi-Y 
1 : Scrvreant First Class 4. 
"From him sudden friend- 
ship sprinns. . -" 



Glenda Sue Wlltiamson 

Y-Tccns 4; Christian Work- 
ers Council 4; Futurt Home- 
makcnt 4: 

"As quiet ns the summer 
breeze. 
As sweet as the new born 

rose." 
Jerry Byne Wilson 

Uifl.- Team 3; Master Sor- 

ta-ant \. 

"Care i« an enemy to life." 

Lawrence Engler 

Wllllge. Jr. 
F«.ib«II 3. 4; "B" Vnrslty 
Bawketbiill .1 : Varsity Base- 
ball 3. 4 : VounjT Life 2. 3. 
4; ChriHtinn Workem Coun- 
cil 3. 4. 
"Ability, humor, and spirit." 



Fight for victory, fight for honor, 
And success will be foretold. 



Claudia June 

Whit-iker 

Future Homemakent 3, 4 : 
Christian Workers Council 
4. 

"Her futun- will be nji hrr 
present — alwnys smilintr-" 

Patricia Abbott 
Wiebet 

"If personality is the salt 
and pi'pper of life, 
She'M Well seasoned." 
Golden Rhind 
Wtllingham 

Beta Club 3. 4 : Christian 
Workers Council 8. 4 : Athle- 
tic Association 3. 4. 
"And the smile she softly 

uses to fill the silence like 

ft spe<K'h. . .'' 

Arthur DeWalt 

Wiilard 

Sabre Club 4: Miliury Hon- 
" Major 

•Will.* 




ors 3. 4: Sertteant 3: 



"Where th.'fe's 

there's a way." 

Alford Bernard 
Williams 

•B" Varsity Football 3: 
"A" Varsity Football 4. 
"Hv? hath no wi^h but to be 

clad : 
He hated nauaht but to be 

sad." 

George Luther 
Williams 

"Ho can't think of two 
thincs at once so he con- 
centrates on girls." 







rd. 01. ^€. 0hnieU 




Dorothy Louise Woo 
Hich Honor 3 : Beta Club 3. 
4: Latin Club 3. 
"They're only truly jrreat. 
who are truly pood." 

Thomas Hung Woo 

High Honor 3. 4: Deta Club 
3: Sergeant First Class 4. 
"Full uf likeable simplicity 
and quietness. . ." 

Nellie Mae Woodruff 

Future Homakers 1, 2. 3, 4; 

Representative of Student 

Council 2. 3 : Science Club 

3. 

"The good die young. I 

never felt better in my 

life." 

Alice Eleanor Wren 
Christian Workers Council 
4 ; Future Nurses 4. 
"Courage leads to discovery." 



Jeannie Dianne Wren 
Christian Workers Cuuncil ; 
Girls Drill Platoon. 
"Fun is relished by the best 
of us. . ." 

Margaret Ann Wren 
Christian Workers Council 
4. 

"The shallows murmur but 
still waters run deep." 

Carolyn Francis 

Wright 
Christian Workers Council 
3.4. 

"Some day she will be a 
celebrity."' 



All hail the proud defenders of the Purple and the Gold! Mr. Frank Lambert. 



Jack Berman Wright 
"A constant friend is a 

thing rare and hard to 

find. . ." 

Richard Daniel Wright 

"B" Viirsity Pnulbiill 3; 
Musketeers 3 ; Choraliers 
3 ; Sergeant 4. 

"Sense, Sincerity, Simpli- 
city — three griicea of n 
genllomnn." 

Walter Clark Wright 
»i-ta Club 3. t ; Chrinliim 
WorktTM Council 3 : Student 
Council 4. Key Club 4 : Mus- 
ter Sergeunt 4. 
"Whiit'M tht« hurry. let's 

stop, he ln7.y ; and enjoy 

ourHi'Ivt^. , ." 



Fat Git Yee 

"SucccHH in hitt who nays 
little, beam much and 
thinks deeply. . ." 

George Young 

"Take tli»' lemnn Fate givt-s 
you and start a lemonade 
Htand." 

Hannah Razie Zipper 

Beta Club 3. 4; Future 
Homemakers 2 ; High Honor 

"A p*ipular maid and al- 
ways in style. 
In rain or nunshine. she 
wears a merr>- smile.*' 




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We, THE GRADUATING CLASS OF RICHJIOND ACADEMY, 1957, 
being of no mind at all and of definitely large and long-sound- 
ed body, do hereby declare this to be our last will and 
testament: 

ITEM I — I, Luther Shead. do hereby bequeath to Richmond Acad- 
emy my full appreciation for all it has done for me, in hopes 
that the school may have much success in the future. 

ITEM II — I. Jeanette Sox, do hereby bequeath to all the students 
of A. R. C. after me, my love for Richmond. 

ITEM III — I, Patricia Davis, do hereby leave to any Junior, my 
interested in the Girls' drill platoon, in hopes that she will 
carry it on next year. 

ITEM W — I, Edward Howard, do hereby will to the future best 
drilled cadet my Drill medal in hopes that he might try to live 
up to the standards of such an honor. 

ITEM V — I, David Patterson, do just leave (I hope) the rattles 
in my car plus the lack of brakes. 

ITEM VI — 1, Charles Tant, have decided that 1 need everything 
I have; I won't leave anything to anybody. 

ITEM VII — I, Oliver Owens, do hereby bequeath to Jack Fountain, 
my "Radar" set in hopes that he can "catch" more than I did. 

ITEM Vm — I, Betty Griffin, do hereby leave to Jane Cox my long 
eyelashes. 

ITEM IX — I, Jeanette Bodenhamer, do hereby will to the next 
head cheerleader my ability to always take the "gas" before 
the pep rallies in chapel. 

ITEM X — I, Roberta Cribb, do hereby bequeath to some ambi- 
tious girl, my place in front of the A. R. C. band. 

ITEM XI — I, Jack Fisher, do hereby leave to Doug Cox, my 
excess weight in hopes that he won't shrink up and blow away. 

ITEM XII — 1, Bettie Jared, being of slick mind, do hereby be- 
queath to Martha Murphy, my ability to skip typing and still 
peiss. 

ITEM XIII — I. Sara Stinchconib. being of unsound mind, do here- 
by bequeath to any one of .Mr. Robertson's Study Hall students 
my ability to attend meetings every day. 

ITEM XIV — I, Carol Brooks, do hereby will and bequeath to any 
"stupid" Junior, my place in detention hall. 

ITEM XV — I, Barbara Brown, do hereby leave to the Juniors, my 
privilege to sit in Mr. .Mos^eley's room in hopes that he will let 
you go get his hot water. 

iTE.M XVI — I, Gail Jackson, do hereby will to any deserving Jun- 
ior girl, my bed in First Aid in hopes that she might hear 
as much gossip as 1 did. 

ITEM XVII — I, Edwin Beattie, being of weak mind, do leave to 
Joey Cheek, my knowledge of how to use an answer book in 
hopes that he may make a "success" of himself. 

ITEM XAIII — I, Eddie Anderson, being of intellectual brain, do 
hereby bequeath to Pat Hcndrix, my ability to pass English. 

ITEM XIX — I, Ann Trowbridge, being of WTecked mind, do here- 
by will to Judy Tant, my ability to pass exams in hope that 
she may graduate one of these days. 

ITEM XX — I, Mary Helen McGinty. being of closed mind, do here- 
by leave to Joyce McEHmurray my ability to keep a secret In 
hopes that she will have as much fun knowing about things 
as I do. 

ITEM XXI— I Tommy Ashe, do hereby will to the '57 football 
team my logging axe in hopes that he might cut down the 
"Pine Tree" at Tallulah Falls one summer. 

ITEM XXII — I, Avis Rollins, do hereby bequeath to anyone that 
will claim llieni my Geometrj' grades. 

ITEM XXlir — I, Richard Brlnkley, being of bowed legs, do hereby 
will to Dick McDaniel my Bermuda Shorts in hopes that his 
legs are cuter than mine. 



ITEM XXIV— I, Jack Tomlin. do hereby bequeath to "Coach" 
Bolton my track shoes in hopes that they will carry someone 
over 6 feet, 

ITEM XXV— We, Peggy Sutton. Brenda Mitchell. C.lenda William- 
son, Carol Brooks, Arlene Price. Ann Bennett. JoAnn Wil- 
liamson, and Yvonne Brusher. do leave any group of gals 
that are big buddies, an economy size bottle of glue in hopes 
that they will stick together as long as we have. 

ITEM XX^^:— I, Trlsha Shackelford, being of "tired blood" do 
hereby bequeath to Mary .\nn Oliphant. my "ability" never to 
gain a pound in hopes that she will never have to go on an- 
other diet. 

ITEM XXVII — We, Barbara Duncan and Alice Hagler, do hereby 
leave to any innocent rising senior our ability to suiter 
through Physics and make it, in hopes that we'll never have 
to do it again. 

ITEM XXVUl — I, Ginger Marks, do will to some fortunate junior, 
my ability to write a Spanish sentence on the board every 
day for Mr. Howard in hopes that he might get one right. (I 
didn't). 

ITEM XXIX— I, Flo Butler, being of "pudgy " body and battered 
brain do leave to Linda Epps and Ginger Hitchcock my "cuts" 
for the people whose names appear in the Gossip Column in 
hopes that they will have more friends left than 1 do. 

ITEM XXX — We, Corrille .Morris. Hnlley Boatwright, Lidie Swann, 
and Sally Hill do hereby bequeath to Ann Thompson. Lois 
Scales, Selly Maxwell, Esther Boatwright, and Kay Dienst 
our ability to keep up a lively conversation in Miss Braddy's 
room no matter how much she may interrupt, in holies that 
they can keep it up and still survive. 

ITEM XXXI— I, Cecil Jackson, being of chemical brain, do will to 
.iVnnette Deas my chemistry book in hopes that she might take 
up on page three where I left off. 

ITEM XXXII — I, Joyce Burris. do hereby leave to any upcoming 
basketball player my seat on the bench in hopes that she will 
keep it as warm as I have. 

ITEM XXXIll — I, Llla Jackson, do will and bequeath my skill of 
cutting lunch to go home and get my mail to Melinda Broome in 
hopes that she won't get caughL 

ITEM XXXIV — I, Barbara Best, do hereby leave to next year's 
cheerleaders my ability to lose my voice In hopes that they 
have the opportunity to cheer at another GEOUCilA STATE 
CHyV-MPIONSHIP football game. 

ITEM XXXV — I, Virginia K'Burg. do hereby will to some sleepy 
junior my early morning walk to school in hopes that the fresh 
air will wake her for the following day of "concentrated" 
study. 

ITEM XXXVI— We, Ronnie Evans. Pat Dye. Flnley Merry, Bill 
Force, and Tony Atkins do leave to the boys in the Junior class 
all the "Gators" at A. R. C. THANK GOOD.N'ESS! 

ITEM XXXVII— I, Jim Weigle. do will to Emil Bredenberg my 
T-si|uare, compass, triangles, etc.. In hopes that he may some- 
day be able to draw a circle. 

ITEM XXXVIII — I, Barton Chambers, do hereby bequeath to Sgt. 
Johnson my thick head of hair in hopes that he will cease 
to be jealous of peaple with thick heads of hair. 

ITEM XXXIX— -I, GIdays Hyatt, do hereby leave to all the teach- 
ers my sister, Nellie In hopes that they can educate her. 

ITEM XL — I, Bill Small, do hereby will to the football team, my 
football ticket stubs in hopes that they will make good confetti. 

ITEM XLI — 1. Finley Merry, do hereby bequeath to James Tem- 
ples the key to my den in hopes that he will "make out" better 
than I did. 

ITEM XLII — I, LuRuth Erion. being of questionable mind and 
peculiar judgment do bf(|ueath to Barbara Brennccke my 
talkativeness in hopes that she may some d.ay be a lawyer. 



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ITEM XLIII— I, Don Tyre, do leave to SyUia Carter all my A-pluses 
wliicli I failed to receive in hopes that they will make her as 
happy zs, they would have made me. 

ITEM XLIV — 1, Larry Willige, do hereby will to Chippy Carmichael 
my quarterback job with the A. R. C. football team in hopes 
that the team will win the STATE in '57. 

ITEM XLV — 1, Helen Newsome, do beqeath to someone interested 
and capable my position in the lunch room in hopes that she 
can get along with the boys at second lunch and hold her 
temper. 

ITEM XLVI — 1, Tony Atkins, do leave ray spot in the hall to some 
ambitious Junior boy in hopes that he can look 'em over 
without being bothered by Mr. Markert. 

ITEM XLVII — I, Gail Remley, being of true heart and love-struck 
mind, do will and bequeath to some lucky junior girl my ability 
to get an engagement ring in the middle of my senior year 
in hopes that she gets someone as wonderful as I did. 

ITEM XLVII— I, Nancy King; being of lonely, but faithful, heart, 
do will to Lynne Richardson my "tomb stone" in hopes that 
she will be just as "dead" as 1 was and like it. 

ITEM XLIX — 1, Mary Turley, because 1 have my "head in the 
clouds," do leave to Judy Wiggins all the short boys in hopes 
that she'll have more luck with them than 1 did. 

ITEM L — We, Leila Goodwin and Carol Ann Jernigan, do hereby 
will and bequeath to anybody who wants them, our southern 
drawls in hopes that y'all will rid us of them. 

ITEM LI — I, Helen Kelley, being of red face, do leave to any 
brave junior my duty of leading the songs in Christian Work- 
ers' Council in hopes that she won't be as embarrassed as 
I was. 

ITEM LII — I, Terry Melton, do will to Wyane Merritt my four 
hours detention hall in hopes that he gets four more. 

ITEM LUI — I, Brenda Mitchell, do leave to Joanne Williamson and 
Yvonne Brusher, ray ability to be the last one in class and the 
first one out. 

ITEM LIV — I, Carol Cunningham do leave to Mary Taylor — Larry 
Young — in hopes that she can keep him as long as I did. 

ITEM LV — I, Preston Dye, do will to Richard Wren my rank in 
hopes that he won't have to carry a rifle next year. 

ITEM LVI — I. Richard Lee's "Grey Corvet," being of weak battery 
and run-down motor, do leave to Rowland Powell's Chevrolet, 
my parking place on Russell Street. 

ITEM LVII — 1, Gum Yet Lou, do leave to Jerrj' Aris my rifle in 
hopes that he may drill off two hours at a time. 

ITEM L'VIII — I, Jeanette Loflin, do will to each junior girl who is 
not blessed with freckles one of these glorious spots. 

ITEM LIX — 1, Laure Bailie, do hereby bequeath to a warm-heart- 
ed rising senior girl ray great ability to solve Chippy Car- 
michael's romance problems during lunch period. 

ITEM LX — I, Carl Bogoslawsky, do hereby leave to Sammy 
Shapiro, my locker in hopes that he will clean it out. 

ITEM LXI — I, Nancy Faulk, being of innocent brain, do hereby 
bequeath to any sneaky junior, my ability to sit in Algebra 
45 and look intelligent. 

ITEM LXII — I. Babara Graham, do will to Nancy Flowers my 
ability to evade Mr. Callaway's home room period in hopes 
that she may have as much fun as I did. 

ITEM LXIII — 1, Bill Sally, being of worn shoes from drilling, do 
will to any R. 0. T. C. junior my membership to the Sabre 
Club which I never attained in hopes that "Lady Luck" will 
smile on him. 



ITEM LXIV — I, Evelyn Russell, do leave the craziness carried on 
between Jackie F., Betty A, Carol B., and myself to four 
crazy gals filling the lot next year in hopes that they can. tell 
some funnies like we did. 

ITEM LXV — I, Thomas Newman, do hereby leave to Jerry Wil- 
son and C. I. Newton my five shares of stock in the SAD 
COMIC BOOK, LSTCORPORATED, in hopes that each will be 
prosperous always. 

ITEM LXVI — I, Fred McBrayer, do will to the nonexistent files 
my old name, ''Freddie" in hopes that no one will ever call 
me that again. 

ITEM LXVU— I, Mimi Volpitto, do hereby will to Mary Ann Oli- 
phant, my "sneeze" in hopes that she may be able to use it 
along with her laugh. 

ITEM LXVIII — I, Robert Anderson, being of a "lame brain" and 
big eyes, do will to some "intelligent" Junior, my seat in Mr. 
Bolton's Algebra 45 class in hopes that he can see all the girls 
walking down the hall. 

ITEM LXIX — I, Louise Fund, being of unsound mind, do leave 
to any girl looking for a beau, my convenient locker which 
very often contains football jackets and military hats in hopes 
that she will be more successful than I was in catching one of 
its users. 

ITEM LXX — I, Pat Stillwell, being of a well-worn heart, do here- 
by bequeath to Susan von Unwei-th my mixed-up love life in 
hopes that she can make a bigger mess than 1. 

ITEM LXXI — I, Sue McNorrill, hereby leave to Emily Stevens my 
place in the tennis tournament in hopes that she will go a little 
farther than I did. 

ITEM LXXII — I, Rosemary Baird, being of a racked brain, do will 
to any French pupil my place at the blackboard in Miss Over- 
street's third period class in hopes that he may correctly copy 
his homework upon it with fewer mistakes and less griping 
than I. 

ITEM LXXIII— I, Charles B. Hughes, being of a fraU frame, do 
bequeath to Joy Hughes my desk in hopes that she may fill 
it better than I did. 

ITEM LXXIV — I, Fred Jennings, being very un-crafty, do leave 
to W. L. Ivey and Don Teasley my tools and bench in shop in 
hopes that they can learn to hit the nail on the head. 

ITEM LXXV — I, Eunice Crawford, do hereby bequeath to Bobbie 
Lee Graham, my notebook with its Tech stickers in hopes that 
it will land for her an engineer. 

ITEM LXX'VI — I, Sandra Martin, being of trusting soul, do leave 
to Barbara Martin my rat proof locker. 

ITEM LXXVU — 1, Gail Bennett, do hereby bequeath to all up- 
coming Juniors my best wishes in hopes that every one of you 
has a successful senior year. 

AND — We. the staff of the 1957 Rainbow, do leave to the students 
of Richmond Academy, this annual, of which we are most 
justly proud, and the memories that it holds for each of 
you, concerning the greatest school south of the Mason-Dixon 
line, or any other line. 

WITTNESSED BY: 

Trisha Shackelford 
Flo Butler 
Raymond White 



Class of '57 Re-\ isits A. R. C. 



Having just come in from the art gallery 1 entered the 
bomb shelter, our dear old beloved Richmond Academy, just 
before the bomb hit. 

It seems like old times to me because the faces remind 
me o£ twenty years back when I was a senior. The first per- 
son I see is Halley Boatwright, who is running a featui'es 
kindergarten for superlatives at the Graniteville Jlills. She 
tells me of the success of some of our class mates such as 
Mont Miller, who is eight star general; Alex Lang, who has 
taken over General Mark Clark's position at The Citadel; 
Carol Ann Jernigan, who is reigning over her barony in Wc- 
Bean; and Pat Dye and Tommy Ashe, who are line coaches 
for the Atomic Ued Skins. 

Walking on down the hall 1 see Bill Force, who is still 
standing under the clock watching the girls go by. As we wait 
there talking, we hear a group who have just returned from 
the twenty-fifth anniversary of Young Life, now called Middle 
Lite. The topic of conversation seems to be the "C. L." they 
caught while in Colorado on the convention. Among the group 
are Tony Atkins. Klo Butler. Finley Merry. Minii Volpitlo. 
Emory Williamson. Virginia K'Burg, Larry Willlge. .Mary 
Helen McGinty. .Milner Lively, and Helen Kelley. Bill tells me 
that Buzzy McMillan and Shirley Cheeley have become en- 
gaged for the tenth time. 

As 1 walk on down the hall. I come to a room marked 
Medical Auxiliary, which is a club tor doctors' wives. Laure 
Bailie — President. As I enter I see Nancy King helping the 
other nurses aids. Nancy married a top brass in the army. 
Dr. Barbara Flowers and Dr. Harry Harper are in charge of 
the group. These consist of Ruth Aldred. Betty Jean Anderson. 
Shirley Andrews. Rosemary Baird. Ann Braswell. Joyce Bur- 
ris. Myra Cook, Nancy Jean Dunaway. Jewell Greene. Betty 
Griffin. Linda Hughes. Helen Jackson. Jacqueline Knight, Sue 
McNorrill, Joan Ray, Gail Remley. Rita Rhoden, Donna 
Richeleau, Anna Rufo. Jerri Saxon, Frances Sikes. Mary 
Taylor. Pat Wiebel. and Alice Wren, once members of Mrs. 
Stevens' Future -Nurses Club. Wallis Stevens was a bit hacked 
to find that Future Nurses are really not baby sitters at all. 
Jacqueline Knight, still a Future Nurse, charges everybody 
$12.50 for everything. She got that way selling annual ads. 

As 1 walk hack down the hall toward the office. 1 see 
Pat Stillwell. who has taken over .Mrs. Miller's job. typing a 
letter for Herbert Alewine. the president of the school. Presi- 
dent Alewine has added several new departments: among 
these are Department of Safety, headed by Walter Wright 
to teach the modern youngsters how to charge through the 
hall on polo ponies. 

Thinking about how no one had seemed to change much. 
I was almost knocked down by Jane Weltch who said she 
had just received a letter from David. I asked Jane about 
Leila Goodwin and Sandra Munn and she said they were 
helping at Catholic High, another Bomb Shelter, where they 
were officers of the Mothers' Club. 

As Jane was going to the Gym to see Ann Bee. the gym 
teacher. I decided to go along too. As we entered we heard 
Georgia Markert. President Alewine's wife; Linda Williams. 



who was teaching gym at Langford, and Pat Waller, 
Murphey's instructor, talking about how we were gonna keep 
the building warm. 1 told them not to worry because 1 knew 
that Jeanette Bodenhamer in her new position would keep 
us well supplied with coal. As we wei'e talking, Becky Hill, 
my long lost sister, who left to find a rich old husband so 
that she would soon be a rich young widow, Corrille Morris 
and Lidie Swan, who had both left with the same intentions, 
came in singing "They didn't make the one tor me", a song 
recently i-ecorded by Lu Kuth Erion, a popular Bop and 
Flop singer. Remember when rock and roll was rough? 

After leaving the gym, 1 decided to go to the library. On 
the way 1 met Richard Magruder and Sam Maguire, who are 
Co-Presidents of Foxy Candy Company. They told me of 
Lamar Heming, who had just married Marilyna, the Monroe's 
daughter. (This is his oth time.i. As we were talking. Jimmy 
Smalley. who is a preacher, and Maxwell Vallotton. who had 
just returned from a hunting safari in Africa. South Georgia, 
joined us. They told us of Randy Strozler's and Johnny Rey- 
nolds' golf fame. They bugged two birdies, a buzzard and a 
crow; and have gone into the business of selling golf balls for 
atomic pump-gum shells. 

On entering the library 1 was surprised to see Barbara 
Urahuni and Helen Henry, the librarians, watching our be- 
loved governor, Ronnie Evans, who was speaking to the pub- 
lic as the guest of David Patterson on the "Patterson Hour." 
At the far end of the library, which has been made into a 
coffee lounge, in honor of Miss Bailie. Miss Henrn. Air. Calla- 
way. .Mr. Wise. Aliss Overstreet and Mr. Cordle. I see Ginger 
Marks. Louise Pund and .Martha Ringson. three of our town's 
most popular socialites, sipping coffee through three straws, 
so no one has to stop yapping in order to sip. 

After talking for a while. I decided to go to the lunch 
room, where Otis Phillips is still punching milk. I was not sur- 
prised at all to see Mike Barns, a construction engineer, talk- 
ing with Larry Willige. still president of the Wayne Richards 
Fan Club. Larry said Wayne shot one million points in his 
last game. He also said that Johnny Dowdy was a very suc- 
cessful business man and Walter Anderson was a success- 
ful dentist. 

At one end of a long table I saw twenty children and 
right in the very middle were Barbara Best and Charles 
Moody. 1 was relieved to find out that half of the children 
belonged to Barbara Duncan who had gone to meet her hus- 
band, a baseball coach. 

Upon leaving. I decided to go down to the old First Aid 
Room. I was happy to see the same gay faces. Lila Jackson. 
Leola Dunlap. Sandra Martin. Trisha Shackleford. Ann Trow- 
bridge. Judy Hale, and Bettie Jared were all lying on the 
floor as the bed they used to relax on finally broke down. On 
the other side of the room were Gail Jackson and Rita Rhoden 
hanging out of the window looking at the effects of the ex- 
plosion. We were so surprised to see that it wasn't a bomb 
at all — Just Jack Fisher chasing Donnie Howard around the 
flag pole. 

Sally Hill, Senior Reporter 
for 1977 Musketeer. 




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First row: 
Leila Goodwin 
Carol Ann Jei nigan 
Mimi Volpitto 
Barbara Duncan 
Lila Jackson 
Martha Murphy 
Sandra Munn 

Second row: 
Charles Goodwin 
Donnie Howard 
Alex Lang 
Dion Roberts 
Carl Bogoslawsky 
Philip Sumpter 
Jim Wallace 
Laure Bailie 
Barbara Read 
Bitsy McDonald 
Barbara Best 
Lamar Fleming 

Third row: 
Rita Rhoden 
Corrille Morris 

Fourth row: 
Halley Doalwright 
IMilner Lively 
Sally Hill 
Becky Hill 

Fifth row: 
Finley Merry 
Jim Gordon 
Charles Moody 
Lu Ruth Erion 

Sixth row: 
Trisha Shackelford 
Ann Trowbridge 
Tommy Ashe 
Bob Lucky 
Jim Weigle 
Ronnie Evans 
Buzzy McMillan 
Mont Miller 
Janice Hensley 
Ginger Marks 

Seventh row: 
Nancy King 
Flo Butler 
Glenda Eskew 

Eighth row: 
Martha Kinsey 
Joan Tool 
Helen Henry 
Sylvia Morgan 
Tony Atkins 
Pat Dye 
Knth Aldred 
Mary Ellen Williams 
Helen Kelly 

Center picture: 
William Robinson 
Second grade — 1947 



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OFFICERS 

President Hob Alston 

Vice-President FYank Claris 

Sec.-Treas Virginia Hitchcock 



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(A poem dedicated to the A. H. C .Iiiiiiors ami Sophomoresl 



Permofed myself from Junior Hi 
And landed at A. R. C. 
With a shout of freedom for myself 
Richmond's the place for me! 

Tho't I'd take a lil ole class 
Or read a book or two — 
And permofe myself so-socially 
Like my daddy used to do. 

Stay all day in the lunch room, 
Race around the hall 
Flit and flirt with a jean or skirt; 
Permote myself a ball. 

Permoted myself to the office, 

From there to detention class. 

Got put on the board, kept after school; 

Had to study my lessons to pass. 

Tho't I'd skip an English lesson 

And sleep it off in the clinic. 

The President, the Dean, the Nurse and 

the Teacher 
Convinced me there's nothing in it. 



Permoted myself to the libcry — 
Started to open my peeper, 
Got my teeth bashed in before I begin 
By attack from o lady-creeper. 

Took myself to the football game 
Shouted me into a tizzy. 
Stood up tall when we got the ball — 
Plumb like to have had a hizzy. 

Permoted myself to several clubs — 
Got bounced out of three or four — 
Managed to stay on the annual staff 
By selling one ad or more. 

Beginning to see I've got to work 
To learn how to spell education, 
'Cause Richmond Academy's a good ole 

joint 
But it ain't no winter vacation! 

Gee — I hope I get permoted! 



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Trudy Lee Abemathy 
Frances Louise Adams 
Sherry Ann Agoos 
Lexie Ann Alsobrooks 
Bob Marion Alston 
Agnes Marie Anderson 



Wylie Landsdell Anderson 
Marguerite Ann Atkinson 
Anna Henrietta Avrett 
Frances Faye Avrette 
Martha Baches 
Bill Iverson Barksdale 



Robert Walton Barnes 
Eleanor Faye Barnes 
Jerry Barton 
William Frank Barton 
Joe Clarston Bass 
Sarah Euphemia Beall 



Ann Carolyn Bedeabaugh 
Barbara Beddingfield 
Marion Belfor 
Leila Brown Behin 
Pegg>' Bieland 
Esther Boatwright 



Ray Eltral Boswell 
Carol Dean Bottoms 
Gary Lee Bottorof 
Bobby Wilmer Bowman 
Helen Phyllis Blankenship 
Robert Eddie Bradberry 



Nancy Longeway Braswell 
Emil Huguley Bredenberg 
Barbara Ann Brennecke 
Wiley Marlene Brickie 
Melinda Broome 
Fred Roland Broome 



Helen Hamilton Brown 
Patricia Louise Brown 
Doris Ray Bruce 
Wendall Ray Brush 
Wanda Jean Burch 
Maylin Faye Burdison 



Sandrn La Verne Burgess 
Elizabeth Ann Busbia 
Renjaniin Thurmond Bush 
James Clair Capps 
Charles Lynton Carmicbael 
Thomas Hemnlck Carswell 



Barbara Helen Carpenter 
Sylvia Alesia Carter 
Patricia Evelyn Cawley 
Ken Robert Chance 
Charles Robert Chavous 
Joey Cheek 



Bernice Cheeley 
Uosalyu Ciranmon 
Charlotte Ann Cleland 
Joanne CUett 
Beverly Riiynell Collins 
Vivian Maxine Collins 



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Miriam Alberta Connell 
Robert Edward Connell 
Burnie Lavenne Cook 
Elizabeth Joyce Coursey 
Betty Clair Coward 
Frances Jane Cox 



Jerry Lee Cox 

Linda Carol Cox 

Charles Crawford 

Roy Winifred Crawford 

Preston Allen Creech 

Virginia Gail Crickenburger 



Barney Roderice Crouch 
Mary Ellen Crowe 
Donna Patricia Daniel 
Lois Ferre DAntignac 
Joseph Walter Davall 
Mary Adelle Davis 



Mary Christine Deas 
Theodore de Treville 
Edward Lamar Dickerson 
Kay Barton Dienst 
Mary Joanne Dill 
Helen Yvonne Donaldson 



Bertha Mae Drake 
Linda CJriffin Duggan 
Jane Dunn 
Avis Patricia Dunn 
Albert William Duvall 
Sandra English 



Alice Rosalyn Enlwistle 
Curtis Austin Epps 
Linda Brown Epps 
Charles De Witt Evans 
Martha Faye Ewer 
Wilson Wiley Farr 



Gwendolyn Ferguson 
Shirley Marie Fields 
Jacqueline Lamont Finnell 
Dianne Ruby Fleming 
N'ancy Mary Flowers 
James Donald Folds 



Sam Anthony Fortson 
Ann Callie Fountain 
Tommy LeRoy Garrett 
Robert Franklen Goldman 
Rachel Beverly Goldstein 
Robert Roy Goodwin 



Louis Wilson Gordon 
Barbara Grace 
Bobbie Lee Graham 
Holt Grantham 
Sandra Marie Grey 
David Winn Graybill 



Judy Green 

Helen Elizabeth Green 
Hiyman Isaac Greenfield 
Gray Frances Griffin 
Ann Marie Grover 
Lydia Florence Hahn 



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Joyce Lee Hall 
Jane Hamilton 
Barbara Harley 
Betty Jo Harper 
William Harper 



Dixie Lynn Harvey 
Elizabeth Harriett Hendee 
Jimmy Hewitt 
Mary Elizabeth Hiers 
Edward Donnis Hill 
Virg:inia Hitchcock 



Sandra Kay HoUev 
Billy Don Hooks 
Mary Xelda Hopkins 
Julia Elizabeth Hudson 
Henry Cary Huffman 
John Ralph Hunnicutt 



Robert E. Hunter 
Patricia Ann Ivey 
Randy Smith Jones 
Sandra Jeane Jones 
Rodger Willis Jones 
Deanna Frances Johnson 



Myrna Johnson 
Roxie Jeanne Johnston 
Sam Paul Johnson 
Burma Jean Johnson 
Sarah Kay Kearsey 
Xancy Louis Kelley 



Ann Cecelia Kenible 
Jackie Kay Kendrick 
Lindia Kent 
Carol Klutts 
Robert Langston 
Richard Lawson 



Carolyn Lee 
Linda Lee 
Xancy Lee 
Connie Leverett 
Barbara Lindsey 
Jerry Lee Long 



Oean Antonia Maddox 

Mary Alice Malcolm 

Carol Manter 

John .Marks 

Sandra Irene Mashburn 

Barbara Masur 



Henry Herman Matthews 

Manhu Selman Maxwell 

Cerald Ware May 

Joyce May 

Joyce Meta McEImurray 

Rnlh Kilpatrick McElnuirray 



Joseph Randall Meiirs 
Constance Hope Miller 
Patricia Mobley 
Sandra Lee >!obley 
Bobby Ronald Moncrief 
Virjrinia Louise Moor 



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Frank Madison Mosley 
Robet McCall Mull 
Virginia Mulherln 
Sue Carol Mutimer 
Paula Carolyn Neeley 



Pat Allen Xeighbors 
Soyna Elaine Newman 
Douglas Morris Newton 
Jacqueline Nicholson 
I-*orraine Elizabeth Ninimons 
Sandra Nolen 



Mary Ann ()li]ihant 
Jean Owens 
Genevieve Pardue 
Judith Ann Parks 
Juanita Parrish 
Patricia Carolyn Paulus 



Petty Payne 
Penelope Gay Payne 
Nalda Pearre 
Sanimye W'ardeen Perry 
Marlene Pechter 
William Perkins 



Lois Elaine Peters 
Harriet Joan Peters 
Ronnie Peters 
Jimmy F. Pinion 
Alford Wayne Plttman 
llarbara Ann Polard 



Prendn Joyce Poole 
Ellen llflle Porter 
Ronald Powell 
Patty Ann Powers 
Martha Elizabeth Pratt 
Euclid Ann Peebles 



Frances Helen Radford 
Lennis lyee Radford 
Jeanettte Ilailey 
Anita Dianne RatclHf 
James M. Rauni 
Leitha Phyllis Rawls 



Hrenda Anita Ray 
Shirley Jenella Reeves 
Sarah Ann Rhodes 
Lucy Jean Rich 
Lillian Marcia Richards 
Faye Marie Richardson 



Lynne Elaine Richardson 
Virginia Dare Roberts 
Constance Jean Rosier 
Sandra Maxine Rosier 
Elizabeth Royster 
Milton Ruben 



Teddy Rush 
Elsleanne Saar 
Robbie Joyce Sanders 
Lois Palmer Scales 
Frances Scarborough 
William Edward Schnleder 



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Shannon Alexa Scott 
George Stuart Scott 
Edward Herbert Selby 
Linda Carolyn Selman 
Lillian Louise Sessions 
Johnny Shad 



Renee Thesesa Sheehan 
Robert E. Silas 
Beverly Frances Simmons 
Samuel Avery Simowitz 
Angelyn Sims 
Cindy Sinclair 



Robert Brarton Small 
John Harrison Smith 
Clark Stokely 
Elizabeth Ann Stone 
Elizabeth Ann Story 
Mary Louise Storj' 



William Isadore Strauss 
James Thomas Stuart 
Ethlynda Lynn Summerville 
Brenda Lee Swann 
Robert Louis Swanson 
Eleanor Ann Tabb 



Ronald Alvin Tanner 
Joseph Earl Taylor 
Evalyn Ann Thigpen 
Ann Newton Thompson 
Gloria Jean Thurmond 
Thomas Gary Trowbridge 



Gretchen Elizabeth 

Van Hagan 
Susan Elise Von Unwerth 
Benjamin Pierce Walker 
Salley Manor Wallace 
Carolyn Sue M'ard 
Alice Watkins 



Patricia Weathers 
John Richard West 
Carl Benjamin Wheatly 
Janice Juanita Wheatly 
iHargaret Geraldine Wheelis 
Judith Ann Wiggins 



Detty Jo Williams 
Aaron Wayne Wingo 
Arie Ann Wise 
Lip Wong 
Pauline Mae Woo 
Richard Curtis Wren 



Vanderlyn Ann Wright 
Susan Caroline Wylds 
Robert Allen Yonce 
Mary Virginia Youngblood 
Ruth Zipper 



Mario Annette McCoy 
Daniel Melvin Mcl^eod 
Russell Edwin Rlanchard 
Charles Edward Nichols 



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OFFICERS 

President- Jane Dye 

Vice President.-.-Dessey Kuhlke 
Sec-Treas Eddie Brown 











Kirst row: 


Second row; 


Third row: 


Fourth row; 


Joy Barnes 


Fred Hush Fidler 


Cobbs Gwinn Nixon 


William Gerald Stanley 


Larry Maxwell Beattie 


Frederick Bodeker Fuller 


John Olan Overstreet 


Emily Ann Stevens 


Donald William Bowers 


Nancy Elizabeth Garrett 


Floyd Vance Perrine 


Frederick Herman Von Vnwerth 


Vernon Edward Brown 


Bill Craig Griffin 


Joseph Edwin Phillips 


William Lee Wilkes 


Marian Mays Brown 


Joseph Leroy HoUey 


Harold IJavid Silver 


Kenny Nathan Wright 


Judith Sue Dokson 


William H. Marsh 


Raymond Milton Skelton 




Eleanor Jayne Dye 


Robbie Joyce Mutimer 


Frank Alvis Stafford 





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Strong mlnda. greai le faith and ready hands!" 

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Left to right; first row. Jerry Holsonback. Bernard \> K. m, - 

Evans. Larry Willige. Buzzy McMillan. Charlie Broome, Kiiiiie Aiiuerson. t harles Tuiu, 
Charles Goodwin. Coach Inman. 

Second row. Jim Crank. Dudley Evans. Wesley Altord. Paul Inglett. Jan Bostroin. Jack 
Fisher. Lamar Fleming. John Ilunnicutt. Tony Atkins. Claude Harper. Stanley Jenkins. 

Third row. Otis Phillips. Pat Neighbors. J. T. Moseley. Jimmy Smalley. Irby Scott. Rich- 
ard Magruder. Charles Moody, Milner Lively, Louis Levy, Pat Dye, Doug Cox, Tommy 
Ashe. Coach Talent. 

Fourth row. Tommy Garrett. Ray Grubbs. Jerry Logan, Carl Armstrong. John Daniel, 
Douglas Hammett, Alvin Butler. Chippy Carmichuel, Ed Peele. Bill Force, William 
Lanier, Mont Miller, Coach McManus. 

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Fred McManus 



THE COACHES 
Frank Inman 



Major Tallent 



SECTIONAL TROPHY 
Compliments of the "Poels" 




Carmichael 



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PAT DYE 

CflPT. 

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LINEMAN OF THE TEAR 
ALL STATE 

CO-CAPT ALL AREA TEAM 
HONORABLE MENTION 
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WIGWAM ALL AMERICAN 




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HONORABLE MENTION 
ALL STATE 
111 TEAM ALL AREA 





JIMMY SMALLEY 




FOOTBALL WRITEUPS 

Dawu came early for the Richmond Acade- 
my Musketeers as a squad ot 43 spirited grid- 
ders reported to the pra<-tice field at G;30 A. 
M. The inexperienced players and a brand new 
coachinfc staff started the lOSC football sea- 
son off with two weeks training at Athens' Y 
Camp. "Paradise of Youth," in TaluUah Falls. 
Georgia. The Richmond Academy Musketeers 
surpassed their preseason stjitus as a weak 
contender in the Region 2-AAA and went on 
to win the Sectional and Georgia State Champ- 
ionships. 



ARC 9 — Glynn 

The Musketeers marched tor a touchdown 
from the opening kick off and held on to the 
lead to defeat Glynn Academy. This was the 
first victory in the march to the Regional 2-AAA 
Crown. In the first qwarter. speedster Tony 
Atkins turning left end danced a jig tor ten 
yards through a host of Glynn Academy tack- 
lers for the game's only touchdown. In the 
second half, when Glynn was booting from the 
end zone, the punter in an attempt to receive a 
high snap went out of bounds, and Richmond 
picked up insurance in form of an automatic 
safety. 



ARC 14 — Commercial 2 

Richmond Academy took advantage of two 
fumbles in Commercial territory to defeat the 
Cobras 14-2. Tackle Charlie Itroome fell on a 
Commercial fumble on the Cobras 20-yard line 
late In the first period to start the first touch- 
down inarch. The Musketeers recovered the 
second time a few minutes later on the Com- 
mercial 30 to set up the .second score. Larry 
Wlllige scored both touchdowns while Hill 
Lanier converted the P.A.T.'s. A powerful 
Richmond running attack was spearheaded by 
the bull-like rushes of l-'ullback Hill Korce. He 
lugged the ball 14 times tor 78 yards. Late In 
the fourth period. Commercial got into the 
scoring column with a safety. 



ARC 35 — Coffee County 6 

Tony Atkins started the Musketeers off with 
a Sii-yard run In the first period. Hill Lanier 
kicked the e.\tra point. Pat Dye blocked a 
fourth down kick In touchdown territory for 
another six points. Halfback. Al Hutler scor- 
ed from the 10 yard-line and the score stood 
at 19-0 at half time. The Comets pushed a 
drh'^ down field for their first and only 
touchdown. Two more touchdowns by Hutler 
and Hernard Williams respectively and a safe- 
ty made the score Richmond 35. Coffee Coun- 
ty 6 when the final whistle blew. 



ARC 15 — Benedictine 6 

Bin Lanier, using his punts as a major wea- 
pon, sparked the Musketeers to a 1.5-G de- 
cision over the highly favored Henedlctine. 
This was tagged as the decisive game In the 
battle for the Region Championship. ARC 
got the Cadets from Savannah In a hole in 
the first period on a safety, matched touch- 
downs with the Irish in the second quarter, 
and iced the game with another score in 
the third. The running of Ray Grubbs and 
Hill Force set up the first Richmond score. 
Larry Willige's jump pass to .lack Fountain, 
who Interaled to Huzzy McMllllan for a 39 
yard gain, was the key play in the second 
drive. Willige's one-yard sneak climaxed the 
scoring. 



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ARC 8 — Savannah 

A pair of cat-like guards powered ARC over 
a big and dangerous Savannah High eleven. 
Tommy Ashe and Pat Dye paced the ever- 
hustling Musketeers all the way before a chill- 
ed crowd of some 3,000 people. These tans 
saw Richmond's defense literally tear the Jack- 
et's offense apart on their goal line stance 
in the last period. Bill Force plunged through 
the visitors' defense tor the game's only touch- 
down. A safety came in the third quarter when 
the Savannah center centered the ball out of 
the end zone. Ball carrying by Bernard Wil- 
liams, Ronnie Evans, and Tony Atkins was 
a great asset to the game. 



ARC — Catholic 

A few lucky breaks and a costly fumble 
made it possible for the Irish to hold Richmond 
to a 0-0 tie. The Musketeers, having already 
cropped the Region 2-AAA championship, out- 
played Catholic all the way. But that didn't 
count in the scoring column. During the half 
time Jeanette Bodenhamer was named "Home- 
coming Queen" by the ARC football team. 
After the Turkey Day classic, Tony Atkins 
was awarded the VFW Trophy for the game's 
outstanding player. Tony alone gained more 
than the whole Irish team- 



ARC 14— Lanier 7 

Richmond, keyed to a fever pitch, struck 
Lanier like the recoiling of a snake. Before 
Lanier could ever get used to the ARC field the 
Musketeers had run up a 14-0 lead in less than 
three minutes. The first touchdown came on 
the opening kickoff when Ronnie Evans fumbl- 
ed on the five, and Tony Atkins scooped it up 
and like a bolt of lightning, streaked down 
the sideline for the score. Pat Dye assisted 
Atkins with two bone crushing blocks. After 
this, the game see-sawed baek and forth until 
the third quarter when the Poets, after re- 
ceiving the second half kickoff. drove all the 
way for the score and then bulleted the extra 
point. 



ARC 13 — Northside 7 

ARC combined hustle and desire to defeat 
the Northside Tiger tor the Georgia State AAA 
Championship. The Tiger, noted as the "Best 
Prep Team Ever," and Richmond as a 
"TEAM CALLED DESIRE" clashed on a rain 
soaked field in a game as described by Geor- 
gia's head coach Wally Butts as the best high- 
school game that he had ever seen. The Ca- 
dets' defense brought the powerful high scor- 
ing Tiger offense to a standstill. Both ARC 
touchdowns came on long drives and for a 
clima.x, Willige sneaked both scores across. 
Bill Lanier missed the first but made the 
second extra point. The Tiger touchdown 
came on a long completed pass in the fourth 
quarter. Both teams kept the rain soaked tans 
of ."i.dOO in a daze with their spectacular per- 
formance. Richmond's offense was sparked by 
the fine ball handling of Larry Willige 
and the running of Ray Grubbs. Bill Force 
and Bernard Williams. The strong defensive 
standards were Paul Inglett. Pat Dye. Tommy 
Ashe, Milner Lively, and Charles Broome. This 
concluded Coach Inman's first year as head 
coach, and how much better could he have 
done than by winning the State Champion- 
ship ? 




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Most Valuable Player 


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nill Force — 

Most Valuable Back 

Kichard Magnider — 
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Best Blocker 


HIGH SCHOOL COACH 
OF THE YEAR 


MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 
THANKSGIVING DAY 




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Tony Atkins 




HOMECOMING QUEEN 
Jeanette Bodenhamer with Pat Dye 



Tommy Garrett 



THE MANAGERS 
Otis Phillips 



Walter Anderson 



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Left to rigrht: First luw, Larry Ljuoiiit,-, Uwiiuie Bowers, Jiuiiiiy tiuuA. Lciny Hendricks, 

Ben Pierce, Owen Forte, Jimmy Cadden, John Goldman, William Wilkes, Douglas 

Jackson. 

Second row, Bubba Parkman, Harry Fund. Sonny Page, Ricky Von Unworth, Dessey 

Kuhlke, Eddie Brown, Bonnie Burke, Robert Mulcay, George Wright, Jack Kerr, Tommy 

Lewis. 

Third row, Fred Sims (Coach of ends), Allen Clifford, Charles Allen, Al Brown, Jimmy 

Knight, Bruce Knottingham. Frank Stafford, Fred Fidler, Ernest Murphy, Vance Per- 

rine, Wade Mallard, Coach Wm. Howell. 

Fourth row, Charles Harris, Dunbar Dyches, Tommy Howland. Richard HoUey. Bob 

Barnes, Gordon Alexander, Billy Walker, Gene Thurmond. Jim Braswell, Stanley Martin, 

Bobby Payne, Benny Williams, Coach Bolton. 




Left to right: First row, Frank Stafford. Coliiuitt Croft. Honnie Hurke. Archie Vauphn. 

John Hunnicutt. 

Second row, Gilroy Garner, Sammy Simowitz. Harold Silver. Henry Bush, Freddie 

Lamback. 

Third row, Fred Fidler, Allen Hale, Coach A. L. Williams, Jlgr. Tom Armistead. Coach 

Bill Howell. 

Members not present — Jack Adams, Gary Bottoroff. 



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Left to right: First row. Frank Clark. Jai-k lieardeii. Uaiiks UoUing, Bridges BVOJIS, 
Herbert Alewine. James Rogers. Johnny Dowdy. Benny Cheeks. 

Second row. Coach Fred McManus. Tommy Stone, Jack Fisher. Wayne Richards. Jack 
Fountain. Mickey Hand. Luther Shead. J. T. Moseley. Mgr. 



Fred .Mt.Maiius 
Coach 



James Rogers 
Captain 



Wayne Richards 
Alternate Captain 
Most Valuable Player 
State Tournament 



Frank Clark 



Mickey Hand 



Luther Shead 
All Tournament Team- 
State Tournament 





Jack Fisher 



Tommy Stone 



Herbert Alewine 



Johnny Dowdy 



SCHEDULE 







22 Won 


A. R. 


C 


63 


A. R. 


C 


78 


A. R. 


C 


61 


A, R. 


C 


50 


A. R. 


C 


82 


A. R. 


C 


64 


A. R. 


C 


76 


A. R. 


C 


69 


A. R. 


C 


78 


A. R. 


C 


66 


A. R. 


C 


71 


A. R. 


C 


69 


A. R. 


C 


68 


A. R. 


C 


76 


A. R. 


C 


90 


A. R. 


C 


57 


A. R, 


C 


74 


A. U. 


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2 Lost 

— North Augusta 40 

— Greenwood 53 

— Richmond Hill 45 

— Mount Vernon 34 

— S. E. Bullock 66 

— Savannah 45 

— Commercial 50 

— B. C. H. S... _ 47 

— Glynn 43 

— Coffee County _... 57 

— Savannah _ 50 

— Commercial 65 

— B. C. H. S 48 

— Glynn 57 

— Coffee County _... 55 

— Benedictine 56 

— Greenwood 64 

— Benedictine _ 54 



REGION 2-AAA TOURNAMENT 

A. R. C 46 — Savannah 36 

A. R. C 45 — Benedictine 56 

GEORGIA STATE TOURNAMENT 

A, R. C 52 — Russell 45 

A, K. C 50 — Albany 44 

A. R. C 56 — Murphy _ 54 

A. R. C 51 — Decatur 61 



The Richmond Basketeers went into the Region 2-AAA 
Tournament with eighteen straight victories. They defeated 
Savannah High but lost to Benedictine thus capturing sec- 
ond place. On Februarj' 27th Richmond traveled to Atlanta 
with high hopes and a desire to capture the State Champ- 
ionship Trophy. 

They came up with a 52-45 victory over Russell High 
in their first game of the class 2-AAA high school basket- 
ball tournament. Wayne Richards scored 14 points to be 
high man tor the day. 

In the second round in the Tournament, Richmond came 
through with a victory over Albany, 50-44. 

Richmond came out on top again as they battled their 
way to the finals by a hard-fought win over Murphy High 
of Atlanta 5G-54. This win entitled them to play Decatur. 

The finale of the State Tournament in Atlanta. March 2. 
was a repetition, jinx or no jinx, of the final game of the 
Region Tournament here in Augusta, as Decatur's Bull- 
dogs downed the Musketeers 61-51. Fouls called against 
Richmond in the last quarter largely accounted for the 
downfall, as Richmond led most of the way through the 
third quarter. Wayne Richards was high for Richmond, 
with 23 points, besides being high scorer for the Tourna- 
ment. 

Everybody agreed that it was the most exciting game of 
the season, and had nothing but praise for the whole team. 
Next year may be another story I 



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Left to right: First row. Patricia Weathers. Carol Ann Jernigan. Georgia .Miirl<e;t. lllendii 
Eskew, Beth Hendee. 

Second row, Lorraine N'imnions. Llolil)i3 Price. Jackie Nicholson. Jo.vce Burris. LIdie 
Swan. Jeanette Bodenhamer. 

Third row. Jerri Saxon. Ba:bara Carpenter. Glennis Minton. Judy Welborn. Anne Bse, 
Linda Williams. 








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A. K. 


C 


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A. U. 


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22 


A. R. 


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34 


A. R. 


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62 


A. R. 


c 


61 


A. R. 


c , 


51 


A. R, 


c 


_.. 45 


A. R. 


c 


42 


A. R. 


c 


64 


A. R. 


c 


39 


A. R. 


c 


58 


A. R. 


c 


65 


A. R. 


c 


43 


A. R. 


c 


45 


A. R. 


c 


30 


A. R. 


c 


54 


A. R. 


c 


33 


A. R. 


c 


43 


A. R. 


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SCHEDULE 

Lost 6 

— Siindersville 53 

— North Augusta 27 

— North Augusta 30 

— Savannah 22 

— Conimccial 21 

— Mount St. Joseph 29 

— Coffee County 56 

— Savannah 20 

— Commercial 27 

— Mount St. Joseph 32 

— St. Angela 11 

— Coffee County 64 

— L. B. C 34 

— St. Vincent's 35 

— Sandersville 58 

— St. Vincent's 23 

— Hollywood 35 

— Mount St. Joseph 37 

— SI. Angela 12 

STATE TOURNAMENT 
. .. 4« — Northside 58 




Joyce Burris Jeanette Bodenhamer Georgia Markert Carol Ann Jemigan 

Betsy HaiTison Linda Williams Glenda E^skew 

Judy Welbom Jackie Xioholson Pat Waller 



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Lett lo right: First row. .1 i Moseley. James Rogers. Raudy Jones. Charles Clayton. 

Marion Howard. James Folds. 

Second row. John (Buzzyi McMillan. Johnny Dowdy. Gene Fulcher. Frank Clark. Larry 

Willige. Ray Grubbs. 

Third row. Coach A. L. Williams. Luther Shead. Mickey Hand. Wayne Richards. Jack 

Fisher. Doug Cox, Herbert Alewnne. 



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A. R. 
A. R. 
A. R. 
A. R. 
A. R. 
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SCHEDULE 
17 Won 1 Lost 

1956 Season 

9 — Aiken 3 

.3 — L. B. C 

4 — Savannah ..._ 5 

13 — North Augusta 2 

19 — Aiken 1 

21 — Commercial 3 

9 — L. B. C 1 

15 — Commercial 2 

21 — Catholic ■• 

U — Glynn 5 



18 — Glynn " 

8 — Benedictine 3 

5 — Catholic 

11 — Benedictine 2 

3 — Savannah 

STATE TOURNAMENT 

C 5 — Daltcm 

C 10 — Lanier " 

C 3 — Northslde 



Pictured above with his six State Tonrnament trophies and his 
three South Eastern trophies. 





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Wayne Richards 





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Charles Clayton 



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Left to right: First row. Ronnie Bowers. Cliippy Carmlchael. Tommy Ashe, Mont Miller. 
Ed Selby. Dunbar Dykes. Weldon Clark. 

Second row. Donald Day. William Wilkes. Tarns Curlin. Dion Roberts, Fred Fidler. Alan 
Clifford. Ronnie Evans. Carl Bogo. 

Third row. Walter Wright. Gary Bottorofl. George Rinker. Jack Tomlin. Paul Inglett, 
Alvin Butler, Tony Atkins, Bill Force. 




Langston Bolton 
Coach 



Ronnie Evans 



Photo Finish 

Bill Forse Tony Atkins 



Mont Miller 




Chippy Carmichael 



Tommy Ashe 



Jack Tomlin 



Alan ClifTord 




Left to right: Pierce Walker. Finley Merry, HariT Harper. Johnny Keynolds, Emory 

Williamson. Billy Gibson, Wayna Mathews, Billy Harper. 

Coach: Frank Inraan 




Major Tallant 
Coach 



Top row: Left to ripht. Waller Anderson, .linimy Smalley. David Thomas. 
Bottom row: Left to right. Ginger Hitchcock, Ann Bee. Jane Smalley 




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". . . our country, to he cherished in all our hearts, and 
to ho delended by all our bands." 

—Robert C. Winthrop, Toast at Faneull Hall 



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Captain Leander R. Hathaway. PMS&T 



M/Sgt \V. G. Murphy. Jr. 





SFC R. E. Martin 



M/S&t H. N. Johnson 




SP3 D. IL Ilegstad 



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Major John D. Reynolds 
Battalion Executive Officer 




Major Arthur D. Willard 
Battalion S-4 




Lt. Col. Alfred M. Miller 
Battalion Commander 




Mrs. \\alli.s Lee Steveus 
Honorary Cadet Colonel 




Captain Raymond D. WTiite 
Battalion Adjutant 




Lt. Thomas E. Xeuman 
Battalion Asst. S-4 




Jerry H. Wilson, .linuiiy .\I. faddiii. It. Rov Coodwin 
Jamie G. Mm phy, Rich.-.rd L. .NLigrud-r. Walter E. Anderson 



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Capt. Lamar L. Fleming 
Company Commander 



.Miss Lidie Swan 
Sponsor 



Lt. Finley Merry 
Executive Officer 









FIRST PLATOON' 

Lt. Robert J, Atkinson. Platoon Leader 

Miss Ann Trowbridge, Sponsor 




SECOND PLATOON 

Lt. Edward G. Howard. Platoon Leader 

Miss Jackie Kendricks. Sponsor 




THIRD PLATOON 

Lt. Thomas H. Ashe. Platoon Leader 

Miss Rebecca Hill. Sponsor 



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Company Commander 



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Executive Officer 






FIRST PLATOON 

Lt. Preston C. Dye. Platoon Leader 

^liss Jane Smalley, Sponsor 




SECOND PLATOON 

Lt. Donald J. Howard. Platoon Leader 

Miss Julie Wright. Sponsor 




THIRD PLATOON 

Lt. Samuel F. Maguire. Platoon Leader 

Miss Corrille Morris, Sponsor 



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Capt. Charles P. Moody 
Company Commander 




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Miss Barbara Best 
Sponsor 



Lt. Thomas U. Gaines 
Executive Officer 






FIRST PLATOON 

Lt. Charles L. Carmichael, Platoon Leader 

Hiss Maryann Volpitto, Sponsor 




SECOXD PLATOON 
Lt. George S. Scott. Platoon Leader 
Miss Jeanette Bodenhamer, Sponsor 




THIRD PLATOON 

Lt. Jack H. Fisher. Platoon Leader 

Miss Louise Fund. Sponsor 



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Capt. Schuyler \V. Clark 
Company Commander 



Miss Halley Uoatwrigbt 
Sponsor 



LL Ronald 1. Evans 
Executive Officer 






FIRST PLATOON 

Lt. Charles Crawford, Platoon Leader 

Miss Virginia Hitchcock, Sponsor 




SECOXn I'LATOON 

Lt. Edward B. Nelson, Platoon Leader 

Miss Martha Ewer, Sponsor 







THIIU) PLATOON 

Lt. Fred M. McHrayer, Platoon Leader 

Miss Betty Gritt'in. Sponsor 



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Capt. Paiikk F. Dye 
Company Commander 



Alias Suzaiiiie Ward 
Sponsor 



Lt. George W. Mobley 
Executive Officer 






FIRST PLATOON 

Lt. James G. Weigle, Platoon Leader 

Miss Linda Epps. Sponsor 




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SECOND PLATOON' 

Lt. Donald Hogan. Platoon Leader 

Miss Sandra Munn. Sponsor 







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THIRD PLATOON 

Lt. Charles M. Lively. Platoon Leader 

Miss Laure Bailie. Sponsor 




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FOURTH PLATOON 

Lt. Clarence A. Lang. Platoon Leader 

Miss Jeanette Loflin. Sponsor 



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Capt. Symm McCord 



Sammye Perry 






PERSONNEL 




Robert Glenn. 1st 


Sgt. 


Robert Goldman 


Bob Alston 




Gilbert Goldman 


Byne Blount 




Jerry Goodwin 


Benjamin Bush 




Richard Lawson 


Henry Bush 




Andrew Martin 


David Buchans 




Ronnie Peters 


Jimmy Capps 




Marshall Persky 


Thomas Carswill 




Leonard Rubin 


James Cooley 




Sammy Shapiro 


Albert Duvall 




Thomas Sosby 


Edward FerraU 




Wade Stevenson 


Tummy Freelaiid 




Pat Stoll 



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Rowland Powell 


Thomas Baynes 


George S. Scott 


Thurmond Bush 


Ralph Shupins 


Charles Crawford 


Jack Tomlin 


Robert Glenn 


Maxwell Vallotton 


Synim McCord 




SFC Robert R. Miirtin 
Coach 



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Lt. Col. William J. Dunn with Honorary Cadet Colonel 
Mrs. Wallis Lee Stevens 




Bottom row: Left to right, Leila Goodwin. Carol Ann Jernigan. Gerry JUmdy. 1,'. i ii, n.inorary Cadet Colonel, Laure Bailie, Corrille 
Second row: Lett to right, Gail Remley, Jeanette Bodenhamer. Barbara Duncan. r.erk> Hill 
Toi>: Mrs. Wallie Lee Stevens. 



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Capl. Lamar Fleming 

Major John Reynolds 

CapL Raymond White.. 

Capt. Schuyler Clark 

Lt. Co]. Mont Miller 



President 

..Vice-President 

Treasurer 

Secretary 

Chaplain 



Lt. Thomas Ashe 
Lt. Robert Atkinson 
Capl. Pal Dye 
LL Preston Dye 
Lt. Charles Carmichael 
Lt. Charles Crawford 
Lt. Ronnie Evans 
Lt. Jack Fisher 
Lt. Thomas Gaines 
Capt. Charles Goodwin 
Lt. Donnle Hogan 
Lt Donnle Howard 
Lt. Edward Howard 
Lt. Clarence Lang 



LL Milner Lively 
Lt. Sam Maguire 
Lt. FInley Merry 
Lt. Walker Mobley 
Capt Charles Moody 
Lt Fred McBrayer 
Lt. Symm McCord 
LL Edward Nelson 
Lt Thomas Newman 
Lt. Stuart Scott 
Lt. Jimmy Smalley 
LL Jim Weigle 
Major Arthur Wlllard 




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The Scruggs Memorial Sabre — Cadet 
Captain Terry Bentley. 

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Sabre 
— M/Sgt Alfred M. Miller. 

Best ROTC Company Cup and Medal 
of Merit — "A" Company, command- 
ed by Cadet Captain Charles Mc- 
Diarmid. 

Best ROTC Platoon Cup and Medal of 
Merit — Second platoon "B" Com- 
pany commanded by Lt. Gene Bell. 

Best ROTC Squad Cup and Medal of 
Merit — First Squad, First Platoon, 
"B" Company commanded by SFC 
Thomas Rhoden. 

Best Drilled ROTC Cadet Medal of 
Merit and Levy Medal— Cadet SFC 
Edward Howard. 




The Academy Medal of Merit for 
Neatest Cadet — M/Sgt Lamar L. 
Fleming and SFC John D. Reynolds. 



The American Legion Sabre - 
Captain Charles McDiarmid. 



Cadet 



The Cohen Medal 
Neuman. 



SFC Charles R. 



The Academy Medal of Merit lor Out- 
standing Member of the Band — 
Cadet Captain Fred Phillips. 

The C. W. Tulley Trophy — Cadet Sym 
McCord. 

The General Wood Memorial Trophy 
— Cadet Lt. Richard E. DaA'is. 

Bowen Brothers Award — Cadet Rich- 
ard E. Davis. 



TEE SHERIDAN SABRE 



The Richard B. Sheridan Memorial Sabre 
is an award made annually by the Reserve 
Officers Association to the cadet officer of 
the ROTC unit who is judged to be the most 
outstanding student. In order for a cadet 
to win this awai'd he must be a competent 
officer, a capable and versatile student, a 
proficient athlete and a leader in his class 
activities and every day life. 

The Sabre is awarded in memory of Rich- 
ard Brinsley Sheridan, honor graduate of 
the Academy, who lost his life in the foot- 
ball uniform of West Point. This year the 
Sabre was presented to Cadet Captain 
James A. Cook. 




James A. Cook receives the Sabre from Captain William Bush 
while Sally Hill and M/Sgt. B. E. Carrow looks on. 




NEW RICHMOND ACADMEY BUILDING 



History of J. C. A. - A. R. C. 

(Continued from page 7 — Classes) 

ment for use as a hospital ; the school remained 
closed for several years. From August, 1863, until 
the fall of 1867. the Academy building was beyond 
the control of the Trustees. First used as head- 
quarters for a Confederate military hospital, it was 
later used as military headquarters by the Federal 
troops before being restored to the Trustees in 
1867. 

For many years after its first opening, the Aca- 
demy remained in session almost the whole year, 
with two-week holidays being given at the close 
of a quarter. Between April 1 and October 1, 
school hours lasted from seven-thirty to si.x; be- 
tween October 1 and April 1, from eight-thirty to 
five. A recess from twelve to two-thirty was the 
only break in the schedule. This continued until 
1880 when the single session, closing at two 
o'clock was introduced. 

Public examinations were held from two to four 
times yearly, the first which were recorded being 
held on March 30, 1786, and another in .July, 1789. 
During the e.xamination, ciuestions were asked by 
teachers, by the Trustees of Richmond Academy, 
or sometimes by people in the audience. Prizes 
were awarded for the exhibitions of oratory, decla- 
mation, and drama which followed the (luestion- 
ing. If all the students did well and if the Trustees 
were in a jovial mood, the students might be re- 
warded with a holiday of from one day to a whole 
week. 

After the restoration of the Academy building to 
the Trustees in 1867, serious attempts were made 
to reopen the school. Colonel George W. Rains, 
former manager of the Confederate powder mill in 
Augusta, was chosen regent. His associates includ- 
ed a number of ex-Confederate officers, and with 
their aid the Academy was reopened January 1. 
1868. In 1870, during a mass reorganization, the 
post of regent was abolished, all teachers became 
equal in rank, and Colonel Rains was appointed 
chairman of the faculty. The Academy had two 
departments: the cla.ssical and English and the 
scientific. The potential scientists had access to 
Colonel Rains' personal collection of scientific 
apparatus and that of the IMedical College of Geor- 
gia, where Colonel Rains was a chemistry pro- 
fessor. The enrollment of the Academy grew 
.steadily, and in the school year of 1873-1874 it 
ILsted 223 .students. In 1875, a commercial depart- 
ment was added, and in 1882 a military depart- 
ment was established with Captain J. O. Clarke, 
a Confederate veteran, as instructor. A section of 
the Academy building was set aside as an armory, 
but after a few years of existence, the department 
was abolished. In 1898, the military department 
was reopened with Ma.jor George P. Butler as 
commandant. It consisted of two companies with 
uniforms of blue coats with brass buttons, gray 
trousers, black shoes, and blue forage caps, close- 
ly resembling the Confederate caps. 

In the first two decades of the twentieth cen- 
tury, the Academy changed in many ways. Its cur- 
riculum enlarged to include athletics, physics, 
physiology, hygiene, American. English, and 



French history, mechanical drawing, and plane 
surveying. In 1904, the University of Georgia ac- 
credited the Academy, and in 1911 the Academy 
became a member of the Association of Colleges 
and Secondary Schools of the Southern States. On 
July 1, 1909, the Trustees contracted with the 
County Board of Education of Richmond County 
to employ and pay the teachers and manage the 
school, w'hile the Trustees were to use the income 
derived from the tuition (approximately $5,000 a 
year) to improve and take care of the property 
and increase the equipment. In 1910, a fifth year, 
equal to the freshman year in college, was added, 
with the old armory being converted into class- 
rooms to accomodate the additional students. In 
the year before World War I began, the Medical 
College building reverted to the Tru.stees and was 
converted into classrooms. By the end of 1916 
there were varsity teams of football, baseball, 
basketball, tennis, and track, with a newly organ- 
ized band added to the military department. After 
the first World War, tuition for students living in 
Richmond County was abolished. 

In 1919, student enrollment had increased to 
610, the largest up to that time. With such crowd- 
ed conditions prevailing, more classrooms became 
a necessity. The dormitory was converted into 
classrooms, but the Academy was still overcrowd- 
ed. In 1924, a bond issue of §350,000 was voted, 
?300,000 of which was designated for building a 
new Academy. The Tru.stees added $100,000 to 
the bond issue funds and work on the new' Aca- 
demy was begun. The selected site, a swamp own- 
ed by the city of Augusta, was located between 
Walton Way and Hampton Avenue and west of 
Baker Avenue. The City Council had the swamp 
drained; the County Commissioners had the 
ground made ready for con.struction ; Scroggs and 
Ewing drew plans for the building; and the 
Palmer-Spivey Construction Company erected it, 
under the supervision of a building commission 
composed of prominent civic leaders. 

During the summer of 1925, the Board of Edu- 
cation voted to found a coeducational .junior col- 
lege, to be called the Junior College of Augusta. 
It was to be housed in the new Academy building 
on the comi)letion of that building. The Junior 
College graduated its first grou|) of soijhomores in 
1927. Since that time the Junior College has grown 
.steadily, with a variety of courses being offered to 
the students. 

The Academy, too, has increased its enrollment 
rapidly. In its first year in the new building, the 
Academy had 645 students and a faculty of 33. 
In this school year of 1956-57, the Academy has 
an enrollment of 1074, and the Junior College 
has 203 .students. The faculty consists of a presi- 
dent, a dean, fifty-three teachers, two librarians, 
a registrar, two ofi'ice a.ssistants, a nurse, a dieti- 
cian, business manager, a commandant, and four 
army officers and sergeants. This year of 1957 will 
see a .senior cla.ss of approximately 470 members 
graduate from Richmond Academy and 45 from 
Junior College. Let us hojie and )iray that this 
class will uphold the traditions and glory of the 
one-hundred-and-seventy-four-y ear-old school. 

— Hibliosraphy— Cordle. C. C— ARC Cadet, 
published by 1947-48 Beta Club 
History of Richmond Aciidemy. 

RECENT VOCATIONAL A. R. C. BUILDING 




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LITERARY STAFF EDITORS 
Lett: 

Editor-in-chief ^ Jatricia Shackleford 

Associate Editor Flo Butler 





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Junior College Editor.- Joy Townes 

Faculty Editor Jacqueline Nicholson 

Athletic Editor _ Jeanette Bodenhanier 

.Militar>- Editor _ Mont Miller 

Feature s Editor „ Halley Boatwrieht 

Club Editor Jane Weltch 

Art Editor Lu-Ruth Erion 

Literary Editor Raymond White 



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Second row : lell lu rigiil. 

Snapshot Editor Sally Hill 

Associate Faculty Editor Lidie Swan 

Assistant Faculty Editor Rita lUioden 

Associate Picture Editor Mary Ann (^liphant 

Assistant Picture Editor Virginia Hitchcock 

Associate Literary EMitor Helen Henry 

Associate Military Editor Lamar FleniinK 

Faculty Advw.r Miss .Iai|ii.-liii Marshall 




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LITERARY STAFF 
Betty Alexander. Betty Anderson. Laure Bailie. Esther Boatwright. Halley Boatwright, 
Jeanette Bodenhanier. Robert Boltin. Flo Butler. Shirley Cheeley. Lois D'Antignac. 
Kay Dienst. Linda Epps. Lu-Ruth Erion. Lamar Fleming. Ann Fields. Barbara Jean 
Graham. Alice Hagler. Helen Henry. Mary Iliers. Becky Hill. Sally Hill. Oinger Mitch- 
cock. Helen Kelley. Nancy King. Jacqueline Knight. Carol ,\lanter. Joyce McElmurray. 
Sue McNorrill. Mont Miller. Emily Mitchell. Linda Morgan. Corrille Morris, Sandra 
Munn. Jacqueline Nicholson. Mary Ann Oliphant. David Patterson. Louise Pund. Oail 
Remley. Rita Rhoden. .Marcia Richards. Patricia Shackelford. Renee Sheehan. Lidie 
Swann. Mary Symms. Joy Townes, .Minii Volpitto, Sue Ward, Patricia Weathers, Ray- 
mond Wliite, Judy Wiggins, 





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BUSINESS STAFF MANAGERS 

Publisher Jacqueline Knight 

Business Manager David Patterson 





First row: left to right, 

Circulation Manager Roy Goodwin 

Typing Editor Betty Anderson 

Sales i\Ianager..- Corrille Morris 

Associate Sales Manager Esther Boatwright 

Assistant Sales Manager Helen Kelley 



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Second row: left to right. 

Associate Business Manager Xancy King 

Assistant Business Manager _Sara Snider 

Assistant Business Manager Emily Mitchell 

Assistant Typing Editor Gail Remley 




BUSINESS STAFF 

Betty Anderson, Laure liailie. Esther Hoalwriuht, Ihilley Boatwright, Flo Butler, Doretta 
Collins, Linda Duggan, Leola llunlap. Laniar Fleming, Barbara Jean Graham, Roy Good 
win, Helen Henry, Mary Hiers. Becky Hill. Sally Hill. Helen Kelley. Xancy King, Jacqu: 
line Knight, Carol Manter, Sam Maguire, Sandra Martin, Sally Maxwell, Mont Miller, 
Emily Mitchell, Corrille Morris, Elaine Xicholson, Jacquelin? Xicholson. David Patter- 
son, Louise Pund, Gail Remley, Johnny Reynolds, Patricia Shackelford, Jimmy Smalley 
Sara Snider, Lidie Swan, Mary Symnis, IJebe Tabb. Joy Townes, Mimi Volpitto, Maxwell 
Vallotton, Sue Ward. Patricia Weathers. 



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Sophomores 

Charles Bddie Urown 
Jayne Dye 
IteFsey Kulilke 
Joseph Edwin Phillips 
Emily Stevens 



Bob Alston 
Barbara Hrennecke 
Wanda Burch 
Frank Clark 
Uosalyn Cranman 
Audrey Dorn 



A. R. C. 

Juniors — Continued 

Nancy Flowers 
Uobert Hand 
Virginia Hitchcock 
Sandra Jones 
Carol Klutts 
Martha Maxwell 
Carol Mutimer 
Patricia Carolyn Paulus 
Martha Pratt 
Lynn Richardson 
Robert E. Silas. Jr. 
Ann Thompson 
Sue C. Ward 
Judith Wiggins 



Seniors 

Laure liailie 
Flo Butler 
Schuyler Clark 
Ronald Izler Evans 
Barbara Jean Graham 
Anne E. Jenks 
Helen Kelley 
Corrille Morris 
Mary Helen McGinty 
Barbara Jo Paul 
Gail Remley 
Jane Smalley 
Wallis Lee Stevens 
James Wallace 
Walter Wright 



Freshmen 



JUNIOR COLLEGE 
Sophomores 



Sally Beckuni 

Stanley Beard 

Jane Conner 

Jimmy Epps 

Jimpsey Burke Johnson 

Rebecca Little 

Sue Mertins 

W. B. Saxon 

Beth Wright 

Julie Wright 



John M. Drew 
Marian Adkins 
Martha Ann Wiggins 
Rosalind Zucker 




OFFICERS 

President Ronnie Evans 

Vice President Corrille Morris 

Recording Secretary Helen Kelley 

Corresponding Secretary Jane Conner 

Chaplain. Frank Clark (not pictured i 

Treasurer Becky Little 

Adviser.1: right, 

Mr. Williams. Miss Overstreet, Mr. Miller 
Mr. Rose, Mr. Dolynluk 




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OFFICERS 
Left to right: 

Sponsor Miss Ruth McAuliffe 

President CorriUe Morris 



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Vice-President Thomas Sosby 

Secretary Barbara Jean Graham 

Treasurer Schuyler Clark 

Program Chairman Ronnie Evans 

Chaplain Virginia K'Burg 





Seniors 

Aidred. Ruth 
Anderson. Walter 
Hoatwright. Halley 
IJodenhamer. Jeanette 
Chow. Edward 
Clark. Schuyler 
Crawford. Eunice 
Doolittle. Betty 
Dunlap, Leola 
Dunn. Patsy 
Evans. Ronnie 
Fleming, Lamar 
Graham. Barbara Jean 
Greene. Jewell 
Griffin, Mary 
Hauler. Alice 
Henry. Helen 
Jarrell, Kay 
Jernigan, Carol Ann 
K'burg. Virginia 
Kelley, Helen 



Seniors — Continued 
l^oflin. Jeanette 
:\Iac-k. Judith 
jMagruder. Richard 
Maner. Bill 
Marks. Ginger 
McKenzie. Betty Lynn 
McXulty. Mary 
Morgan. Sylvia 
Morris, Corrille 
Newton. Susan 
Ock. Barbara 
Patterson. David 
Pond, Glenda 
Pund. Louise 
Kulnn. Leonard 
Shackelford. Patricia 
Shaw. Judith 
Smalley. Jane 
Sosby. Thomas 
Turley. Mary 
Volpitto, Maryann 



S e n i o rs — Co n t i n u e d 
Ward, Sara 
Walhue, Jim 
Walton. Anne 
Warren. Ann 
Weltch. Jane 
West brook. Ramona 
White. Raymond 
Willingham. Cilden 
Woo. Dorothy 
Woo. Thomas 
Wright. Walter 
Zipper. Hannah 

Juniors 

Brennecke. Barbara 
Burdison. Maylin 
Carpenter, Barbara 
Cawley. Patricia 
Crickenberger. 
Virginia Gail 
Davis. Mary 
Dornbos, William 



Juniors — Continued 
Hall, Cecelia 
Harvey. Dixie Lynn 
Hendee. Beth 
Hitchcock. Virginia 
James. P^dward Lester 
Lanes. Joan 
Lee. Linda 
Manter. Carol 
Maxwell. Selly 
Miller. Patricia 
Mobley. Sandra 
Mulherin. Ginger 
Mutimer. Sue 
Ostafin. Sharon 
Payne. Penny 
Petty. Harriet 
Saar. Elsieanne 
Scott, Stuart 
Tannenbaum, Gretchen 
Williams. Betty Jo 
Woo, Pauline 
Zipper, Ruth 



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Lett to right: N. I-. Oalloway. Carol Little. Geneva Peterson. Janice Whltlaw, Anne 
AViebel. JIartlia Ann Wiggins. Camilla Paschal. Marvin Jenkins. 

Not In picture: Edward Keel. Belly Atkinson. 



HONORS CO.MMITTEE 





standing: C. M. Sutton. H. (). Read 
Seated: Miss Mary Gilliland. C. G. Cordle, Miss Milbra McGahee 



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Left to right: 
Mont Miller 
Lamar Fleming 
Ronnie Evans 




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Lett to right: 
Top row: 

Jeanette Bodenhamer 

Lu-Ruth Eriou 

Ann Bee 

Linda Williams 

Corrille Morris 
I'ront row: 

Helen Kelley 

Carol Ann Jernigan 

Georgia Markert 

Glenda Eskew 

Jeanette Loflin 

Laure Bailie 




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OFFICERS 
Left to right: 

President Raymond White 

Vice-I'resident Lamar Fleming 

Secretary-Treasurer David Patterson 

Sergeant-at-Arms Jimmy Smalley 

Sophomore Director Frank Stafford 

Junior Director Stuart Scott 

Senior Director Richard Magruder 

Sponsor Mr. Miller 




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Standing: 


Kneeling: 


Seated: 


Not pictured: 


Ricky von Unwerth 


Tlyman Greenfield 


Stuart Scott 


Lamar Fleming 


David Patterson 


Walter Wright 


Johnny Reynolds 


V\ayA Stapleton 


Jimmy Smalley 


Frank Stafford 


Ralph Shuping 


Robert Langston 


Richard Magruder 


William Evans 


Dion Roberts 


George Wright 


Rill Small 


William Perkins 


Byron Gilbert 


Gene Fulcher 


Fred Fidler 


Tanis Curlin 


Leonard Rubin 


Don Giddens 


Bruce Nottingham 


Hob Koontz 


Thomas Sosby 


Schuyler Clark 


Jack Adams 


Hill Dornbos 


Henry Rank 




Jack Miltord 


Edward Chow 


Edward Nichols 




Fred Endort 




Raymond White 




Jack Kerr 








Charles Ooodwin 








Mr. Miller 










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OFFICERS 
Left to right: Standing: 

Leola Dunlap Secretary- 
Mr. Miller Sponsor 

Ramona Westbrook Treasurer 

Seated: 

Barbara Graham President 

Ann Warren Vice President 




MEMBERS 



Ada Astin 
Ann Hee 
Leila Belvin 
Gail Bennett 
Barbara Urown 
Hazel liurckhnlter 
Viclti Callioviii 
Shirley Cheeley 
Roberta Cribb 
Ann Cromer 



Judy Cromer 
Eunice Crawford 
Mary Havis 
Thomas Duncan 
Leola Dunlap 
Lu Ruth Erion 
Glenda Eskew 
Barbara Graham 
Pat Hughes 
John King 



Georpia Lanjrford 
Linda Lee 
Becky Little 
Sandra Mashburn 
Susan Newton 
Sammye Perry 
Martha Rinpson 
Joanne Rowe 
Judy Shaw 
Shelby Smith 



Sara Snider 
Ituth Story 
Beverly Tannenhaum 
Ann Warren 
Kosalyn Waters 
Alice Watkins 
Uaniona Westbrook 
Susan Wylds 
Linda Williams 







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OFFICERS 

President Barbara Jean Graham 

Vice President Ronnie Peters 

Secretary-Treasurer Rachel Goldstein 

Sponsor— First Semester Mrs. Turner 

Sponsor— Second Semester Mrs. Burgamy 




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MEMBERS 

Jack Adams 
Miriam Heifer 
Leila Helvin 
Halley Boatwright 
Gary Ilottoroff 
Henry Hush 
Vivian Collins 
Ann Cromer 
Jayne Dyd 
Jan" Dunn 
Mary Nelle Dunn 
]A\ Ruth Erion 
Ann Fields 
Nancy Flowers 
Rachel Goldstein 
liarharu Graham 
liarhara Harley 
Helen Henry 
Maiy Iliers 
Kay JarrcU 
Carol Manter 

Hopf- Mlildlcton 

Hope Middleton 

rat Mobley 
Sharon Ostulln 

David Palter.son 

U(innie Peters 

Patty Powers 

l«ulse Pund 

Ronnie Selwyn 

John Smith 

Gerald Stanley 

lirenda Swann 

Heverly Tannenbaum 

Mary Turley 

Anne Wiebel 



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OFFICERS 

Mary Tiirley Kilitorial Writei' 

Shirley Cheeley Associate Editor 

Helen Henry Associate Editor 

.loan Sanderson Associate Editor 

Carolyn Tnrner Managing; Editor 

Bryant English Photosrapliy 

Stuart Scott PliotoRraiiliy 

Glenda Eskew Girls' Sports 



STAFF 





Tony Atkins 


Martha Kinsey 


Palsy Pond 


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Milner Lively 


Xancy Poole 


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Flo Butler 


nianne Mauldin 


Marv Powell 


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Curtis Carter 


Marie Monigoniery 


Patricia Shackelford 


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Cordon Chambers 


Mildred Morris 


Mary Stewart 


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Hugh drover 


Tim Xeal 


Hewette Still 


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Donnie Hogan 


Ed Nelson 


James Thomas 


Linda Hughes 


Irviu Pearre 


Pat Waller 


Mr. Scott 









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Pegg>- Atkinson 
Laure Bailie 
Barbara Bedingfleld 
Ann Bee 
Gail Bennett 
Nancy Blanchard 
Jeanette Bodenhamer 
Joyce Burris 
Flo Butler 
Bemice Cheeley 
Shirley Cheeley 
Kay Dienst 
Jayne Dye 



Glenda Eskew 
Nancy Flowers 
Jane Gibson 
Brenda Godowns 
Belsy Harrison 
Beth Hendee 
Beckv Hill 
Sally Hill 
Ginger Hitchcock 
Carol Hogan 
Gladys Hyatt 
Carl Ann Jernigan 
Virginia K'Burg 



MEMBERS 
Helen Kelley 
Kay Kearsey 
Ann Kemble 
Carol Manter 
Georgia Markerl 
Ginger Marks 
Mary Helen McGinty 
Joyce McElmiirray 
Sue McN*orrill 
Glennis Clinton 
Pal Mohley 
Sandra Munn 
Jackie Nicholson 



Elaine Nicholson 
Bobbie Price 
Louise Pund 
Joan Ray 
Marcia Richards 
Joanne Rowe 
Anna Rufo 
Jerrie Saxon 
Lois Scales 
Patricia Shackelford 
Emily Stevens 
Hebe Tabb 
Lidie Swan 



Ann Thomson 
Gloria Thurmond 
Pat Waller 
Sue Ward 
Patricia Weathers 
Jane Weltch 
Judy Wiggins 
Linda Williams 
Colden Williiigham 
Susan Wylds 




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OFFICERS 
Left to right: 

President Ann Bee 

Vice President Glenda Eskew 

Secretary-Treasurer Ginger Hitchcock 

Point Manager Pat Waller 

Adviser ^liss Clark 





Athletic Council 

Beth Hendee 
Helen Kelley 
Georgia Markert 
Jeannette Bodenhamer 
Patricia Weathers 
Jayne Dye 
Bobbie Price 
Virginia K'Burg 
Carol Ann Jernigan 
Becky Hill 



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OFFICERS 

President Sara Snider 

Vice President Mary Nelle Dunn 

Secretary Judy Wiggins 

Treasurer _ Gail Remley 

Chaplain Shannon Scott 

Sergeant-at-Arms Sandra Jones 

Social Chairman. Barbara Brennecke 

Project Chairman LuRuth Erion 

Sponsor: Mr. Miller 

MEMBERS 

Barbara Brennecke Emily Mitchell 

Carol Brooks Susan Newton 

Jane Cox Sammye Perry 

Eunice Crawford Gail Remley 

Linda Duggan Martha Ringson 

Leola Dunlap Sara Snider 

Mary N'elle Dunn Brenda Swann 

LuRuth Erion Beverly Tannenbaum 

Nancy Flowers Rosalyn Waters 

Kay Jarrell Barbara Whitehead 

Nancy King Judy Wiggins 

Sandra Jones Beth Hendee 

Carol Manter Flo Butler 

Diane Mauldin Ann Kemble 



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OFFICERS 

President Jimmy Smalley 

Vice President Maxwell Vallotton 

Secretary Sam Maguire 

Treasurer John Long 

Sergeant-at-Arms Mike Barnes 

Chaplain Ed Hill 

Sponsor: Mr. Miller 

MEMBERS 

Mike Barnes Maxwell Vallotton 

Emory Williamson Gary Trowbridge 

Eddy Hill Jimmy Smalley 

Jan Bostrom Bill Force 

Terry Gilbert Richard Magruder 

Harry Harper Finley Merry 

Amon McCormack Walter Wright 

Walter Anderson Charles Newton 

William Loyal Jim Gordon 

Wesley Alford Bill Salley 

David Graybill Sam Maguire 

Sam Facton Harwell Hendee 

Robert Glenn Billy Gibson 

Jim Wallace Macky Mull 

Pierce Walker Emile Bredenberg 




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OFFICERS 

President Ja<k Adams 

Vice-President Jeanette I^flin 

Secretary Lu-Uutli Erion 

Treasurer I'atricia Davis 




Miss Halbert 



Soprano 

Frances Adams 
Halley Boatwriglit 
Shirley Clieeley 
Patricia Davis 
Lu-Ruth Erion 
Martlia Ewer 
Racliel Goldstein 
Mary Grimsley 
Lois Grimstead 
Ann Marie Groover 
Jaclfie Kendricks 
Joan Lane 
Sandra Mashburn 
Barbara Masur 
Catherine Morris 
Jean Pardue 
Ann McCoy 
Sandra Mobley 
Sandra Rozier 



Alto 

Martha Brannen 
Sandra Burpcss 
Myrna Cook 
Joanne Dill 
Audrey Lee Dorn 
Gwen Fergiison 
Jeanette L«flin 
Jeanie Mayson 
Nancy Ivester 
Miriam Price 
Roberta Sanders 
Joan Satcher 
Alice Watkins 
Angelyn Sims 
Ida Marie Wilson 
liernice Cheeley 
Tenor 
Eddy Bradberry 
Ricky Carswell 
Gordon Chambers 
Donnie Hogan 
Larr>' Howell 
Bubber Parkman 
John Smith 
Fted Johnston 



Baritone 
Bobby Bollin 

Bass 
Jack Adams 
Henry Bush 
Joe Davall 
Jerry Hooks 
Edward Nelson 
Cobbs Nixon 
Irvin Pearre 
Ronnie Peters 
Stuart Scott 
Jack Sandlin 
William Wilkes 
Pat StoU 



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MEMBERS 



Frances Adams 
Pliillis Blankenship 
Martha Branner 
Wiley Brickie 
Doris Bruce 
Ilene Brunkhurst 
Sylvia Carter 
Barbara Carpenter 
Jean Chavous 
Christine Deas 
Joanne Dill 
Helen Donaldson 
Audrey Dorn 
Patricia Dunn 



Martha Ewer 
G\ven Ferguson 
Ester Ford 
Gay Griffin 
Lois Grimstead 
Betsy Halverson 
Ge-Juan Hood 
Marcelle Hood 
Sandra Horsley 
Judy Hudson 
Margaret Jennings 
Deanna Johnson 
Myrna Johnson 
Joan Lane 



Carolyn Lee 
Shirley Lowe 
Judy Mack 
Ann Mackling 
Sandra Mashburn 
Barbara Masur 
Dianne Mauldin 
Annette McCoy 
Ruth McElmurray 
Hope Middleton 
Sandra Mobley 
Virginia Moog 
Catherine Morris 
Robbie Mutimer 



Lorraine Ninimons 
Deanna O'Halloran 
Genevieve Pardue 
Roberta Sanders 
Linda Selman 
Beverly Simmons 
Angelyn Sims 
Glenda Story 
Lynn Summer 
Joan Tuten 
Susan VonUnwerth 
Susan Wylds 
Mary Youngblood 



OFFICERS 

President Jeanette Loflin 

Vice-President Judith JIack 

Secretary Marcella Hood 

Treasurer Ge-Juan Hood 



GIRLS' ENSEMBLE 



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Lett to right: 

Sandra Mobley 
Beverly Simmons 
Ilene Brunkhurst 
Frances Adams 
Judith Mack 
Catherine Morris 
Ida :\Iarie Wilson 
Jeanette Loflin 



Xot pictured : 

Barbara Carpenter 
Myrna Ann Johnson 
Phyllis Blankenship 




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Ruth Aldred 
Belty Anderson 
Shirley Andrews 
Eleanor Barnes 
lliriam Belter 
Barbara Brennecke 
Helen Brown 
Marian Brown 
Joyce Burris 
Shirley Cheeley 
Sybil Clark 
JoAnne Cliett 
Vivian Collins 



Miriam Connell 
Berniee Cook 
Myrna Cook 
Mary Ellen Crowe 
Sandra EnBlish 
Sylvia Faglier 
Barbara Flowers 
Nancy Flowers 
Judy Greene 
Jewell Greene 
Betty Griffin 
Lydia Hahn 
Betsy llalberson 




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FUTURE NURSES CLUB 

SPONSORED 
BY THE 

WOMENS AUXILIARY 

. OF THE 
RICH^vlOND MEDICAL SOC 




MEMBERS 

Joan Harrison Barbara Masur Carolyn Smith 

Sue Helm Sue McXorrill Emily Stevens 

Jackie Hendrck Hope Miller Mary Louise Story 

Mary Iliers Sandra Mobley Ann Stone 

Nelda Hopkins Jean Pardue Beverly Tanenbaum 

Judy Hudson Joan Ray Mary Taylor 

Linda Hughes Gail Remley Evalyn Thigpen 

Margaret Jennings Lynn Richardson Gloria Thurmond 

Rozie Johnson Ponna Rocheleau Mary Jane Welborii 

Glenda Kent Anna Rufo Pal Wiebel 

Nancy King Elsie Anne Saar Anne Wise 

Jacqueline Knight Jerri Saxon Alice Wren 

Jo Anna Laird Augelyn Sims Mary Wheatley 

I OFFICERS 

^4|^k I President Gail Remley 

' fB Vice President Barbara Flowers 

iW Secretary Barbara Brennecke 

Left to right: 

Sue McNorrill. Barbara F"lowers. Mrs. Stevens. 
Mrs. Q. L. Hair. JoAnne Cliett. Gall Remley 



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OFFICERS 

President Judy Hale 

Vice President BilHa Wall 

Secretary Mariellen Williams 

Treasurer Carol Brooks 

MEMBERS 

Miriam Beltor Euclid Peebles 

Carol Brooks Lennie Rodtord 

Judy Hale Phyllis Rawls 

Gail Jackson Peggy Sutton 

Sandra King Billie Wall 

Mary Alice Malcom Mariellen Williams 

Glennis Minton Glenda Williamson 
Brenda Mitchell 



OFFICERS 

President Pat Hughes 

Vice President Barbara Jones 

Secretary Becky Little 

Treasurer Julie Wright 

Chaplain Sibbie Hogan 

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Pat Hughe, 





MEMBERS 




Top row: 


Florence Broome Not in picture: 


Sue Mertins 


Jeanne Dicks 


F^-ont row: Carla Jones 


Helen Eve 


Ann Fields 


Joy Townes Kitty Coleman 


Pat Swan 


Priscilla Crow 


Frankie Philpot Mary Sue Hill 


Barbara Streetman 


Pat Hughes 


Jeanne Mayson Beth Wright 


Betty Alexander 


Sandra Martin 


Ladelle Cautheu Julie Wright 


Beckv Little 


Peggy Kemp 


Sally Beckum Martha Summerall 


Joyce Mitchell 


Betty Baab 


Barbara Jones Evelyn Stone 


Pat Greene 


Sibbie Hogan 


Virginia Hendrix Jane Henderson 






M. M. ^. mand 




Drums 


C:arlnet 


Saxophone 


Flutes 


Michael Barnes 


Frank Barton 


Robert Bowman 


nixie Harvey 


Maniinond Hold 


Barbara Brennecke 


iMilo Johnson 


Sue Helm 


Edward Dickerson 


Edwin Blanchard 


Jerry Morgan 


Ted James 


Wayne Wingo 


Hugh Conlon 


Edward Nichols 






Jimmy Gossett 


John Overstreet 


Bassoon 


Cornet 


Laveme Hughes 


Larry Stone 


Donald Day 


Billy Barton 


Claude Huichenson 


Trombones 




Carl Bogo 


Edwin Phillips 


David Burbidge 


Bass Horn 


George Curlin 


Donald Willis 


Fred Endorf 


Lewrie Harmon 


Alton Garrison 


Tommy Garrell 


Fred Fidler 


Billy Marsh 


Hyman Greenfield 


French Horn 


Kendal Kitchens 


Wilton Smith 


Joe HoUey 


David Patterson 


Dnvld Massey 


Oboe 


Jack Milford 


Ronnie Bowers 


Jimmy Thomas 


Bobby Montcrief 


Joe Shlpes 


Thomas Wilkinson 


Robert Goets 


Prank Moseley 


Clark Stokely 




Piano 


Eugene Woo 


Fred Sturgis 




Ernie Cook 


Lavelle Fogle 




Edward Bradberry 




Majorettes 
Left to right: 
Chloris Cllett 
Roberta Crlbb 
Joyce Barnes 
Marion Warren 







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First row: 


Second row: 


Third row: 


Fouth row: 


Left to right: 


Jane Smalley 


Ruth Aldred 


Carol Bennett 


Mary Prather 


Judith Mack 


Jeanette Loflin 


Evelyn Russell 


Barbara Carpenter 


Jackie Nicholson 


Shirley Cheeley 


Betty Abernathy 


Miriam Price 


Jayne Dye 


Brenda Godowns 


Jackie Fielder 




Nancy Kirby 


June "WTiitaker 


Anne Walton 






Carol Manter 


Naida Pearre 






Sue McNorrill 


Betty Templeton 






Helen Newsome 


Marie Anderson 
Nancy Poole 




OFFICERS 
Left to right: 

President Jane Smalley 

Vice President Jackie Nicholson 

Secretary Judith Mack 

Treasurer layne Dye 

Sponsor Mrs. White 






Mrs. White 



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MEMBERS 

Ruth Aldred 
Touy Atkins 
Peggy Atkinson 
Faye Barnes 
Martha Helen Utarrer 
Euphemia Beau 
Barbara Bedingfield 
L/eila Belvin 
Barbara Best 
Nancy Blanchard 
William Black 
Patricia Blackwell 
Anne Blount 
Esther BoatwrislU 
Jan Bostrom 
Eddie Botti 
Anne Bringle 
Carol Brooks 
Melinda Broome 
Doris Ray Bruce 
Wanda Burch 
Sandra Burgess 
Mary Alice Burton 
Elizabeth Busbia 
Flo Butler 
Eddie Anderson 
Carl Armstrong 
Xeal Brook 
Dexter Brooks 
Bill Baxter 
Ann Bennett 
Bill liarksdale 
Jeanette Bodenhamer 
Patsy Boyd 
Maylin Burdison 
Jerone Braswell 
Bob Barnes 
John Blount 
Bonny Burke 
L^ure Bailie 
Barbara Carpenter 
Joanne Cliett 
Miriam Connell 



Jant Cox 

Mary Ellen Crowe 

Joe Davall 

Mary Davis 

Eunice Crawford 

Tom Culpepper 

Ben Cheek 

Allan Clifford 

Towers Dodd 

Linda Duggan 

Nancy Dunaway 

Barbara Duncan 

Joan Durham 

Jayne Dye 

Jane Dunn 

Johnny Dowdy 

Barbara Carol English 

Sandra English 

Lu Ruth Erion 

Glenda &kew 

Miurice Evans 

Dudley Evans 

Linda Epps 

Konny Evans 

Bridges Evans 

Shirley Marie Fields 

Anne Fountain 

Bill Force 

Fredrick Fuller 

Barbara Gill 

Brenda Godowns 

Emmie Goldman 

Roy Goodwin 

Leila Goodwin 

Bobbie Lee Graham 

Judy Green 

Elizabeth Greene 

Fred Eugene Greene 

Bill Grlffen 

Henrietta Griffen 

Alice Hagler 

Judy Hale 

Cecelia Hall 

Joyce Lea Hall 

Frances Hammock 



Barbara Lee Barley 

Billy Harper 
Mary Hiers 
Becky Hill 
Sally Hill 
Carol Hogan 
Sandra Holley 
Nelda Hopkins 
Carolyn Home 
Linda Hughes 
Elugene riydrick 
Tommy Hornell 
Ginger Hitchcock 
Harry Harper 
Pat llendrix 
Tommy Ilowland 
Mary Grihen 
Patricia Ivey 
Lila Jackson 
Paula Jackson 
Kay Jarrell 
Juanita Jenks 
Margaret Jennings 
Carolann Jernigan 
Uoxie Johnson 
Sandra Jones 
Virginia K'Burg 
Kay Kearsey 
Helen Kelley 
Patricia Key 
Nancy King 
Landra King 
Carol Khitts 
Gene Kitchens 
Georgia Langford 
Carolyn Lee 
Linda Lee 
Richard Lee 
Connie Leverett 
Jeanette Loflin 
Jerry Logan 
Judy Mack 
Ann Mackling 
Dean Maddox 
Suzanne Mann 






EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
Left to right: Standing: 

Louise Pund 

Tony Atkins 

Ronnie Evans 

Finley Merry 

Virginia K'Burg 

Seated: 

Mary Griffin 
Helen Kelley 
Laure Bailie 



t.aroie Alanter 
Biliie Mundy 
Sandra .Masbburu 
Corrille Morris 
Georgia Marker! 
Ginger Marks 
Sandra Martin 
DiAnne Aiauldin 
Selly Maxwell 
Bltsy McDonald 
Joyce McElmurray 
Uuthie McElmurray 
Mary Helen McGinty 
Bettv Lvnn McKenzie 
Buzzy McMillan 
Mary McNulty 
lioiie Miller 
Urcnda Mitchell 
Einilv .Mitchell 
I'al Mobley 
Marie Montgomerj- 
Linda Morgan 
Catherine Morris 
Mildred Morris 
Sandra Munn 
Henry Mathews 
Robert Mulcay 
Kinley Merry 
Finiey Miller 
Jackie Nicholson 
Susan Newton 
Elaine Nicholson 
Stan Neuhaus 
Mary Ann Oliphant 
Peggy Padgett 
Genevieve Pardue 
Barbara Jo Paul 
Patricia Paulus 
Penny Payne 
Harriet Petty 
Dorothy Powell 
Mary Prather 
Arlene Price 
Louise Pund 
Ed Peel 



Jimmy Pinion 
Martha Pratt 
Uoland Powell 
Martha Riichels 
Jeanette Uailey 
Brenda Ray 
Barbara Read 
Margaret Reid 
Faye Richardson 
Martha Uingson 
Libby Royster 
James Uodgers 
Jim Raum 
Wayne Richards 
George Rinker 
Johnny Reynolds 
Teddy Rush 
Lois Scales 
Tim Shields 
Charles Salter 
Joyce Sanders 
Joan Sanderson 
Pat Schler 
Cleo Scott 
Shannon Scott 
Patricia Shackelford 
Frances Sikes 
Beverly Simmons 
Drummond Spence 
Jimmy Smith 
Emily Stevens 
Jimmy Smalley 
John Smith 
Cindy Sinclair 
Jane Smalley 
Hunter Smoak 
Jeanette Sox 
Wallls Lee Stevens 
Hewette Still 
Sara Stinchcomb 
Ann Stone 
Mary Louise Story 
Evelyn Stripling 
Lynn Summerville 
Lidie Swan 




■^ubanks 



Brenda Swann 
Charles Tant 
Joe Taylor 
Bebe Tabb 
Mae Tanner 
Judy Tant 
Betty Taylor 
Evalyn Thigpen 
Gloria Thurmond 
Joy Townes 
Ann Trowbridge 
Frances Turner 
Judith VanZant 
JIaryann Volpitto 
Susan \'onUnwerth 
Maxwell Volloton 
Margaret Wall 
Pat Waller 
Sara Ward 
Ann Warren 
Rosalyn Waters 
Faye Weathers 
Patricia Weathers 
Raniona Westbrook 
Margie Westbury 
June Whitaker 
Barbara Whitehead 
Pat Wiebel 
Judy Wiggins 
Betty Jo Williams 
Linda Williams 
Emory Williamson 
Glenda Williams 
Colden Willinghani 
Miriam Wilson 
Anne Wise 
Rochelle Woodward 
Alice Wren 
Dlanne Wren 
Carolyn Wright 
Vanderlyn Wright 
Jane Weltch 
Larry Willige 



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'WTiatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might." 

— Ecclesiastes 9:10 




VALEDICTORIAN barrara jeax graham 

The 1957 Ranhow wishes to acknowledge the generosity ot' Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Dupuis in 
lending their gracious home on Heard Avenue and of the management of the Bon Air 
Hotel for extending their hospitality for the superlative pictures. 





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WITTIEST 

MARION HOWARD LILA JACKSON 



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ilaiKls were made foi' honest labor." 

—Isaac Watts, The Thief 





SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 



Georgia Iron Works 



605 -'12th Street 



Phone 4-1427 



Launder-House, Inc. 

SOUTH'S FINEST AND FASTEST 
Laundry and Dry Cleaning Plants 



LILY - TULIP CUP 
CORPORATION 



Manufacturers of 



PAPER DRINKING CUPS 



— and 



FOOD CONTAINERS 



1550 Wrightsboro Road 



Phone 3-2214 



Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments 



of 



GREENES' INC. 



Home of 



CREAM TEX MILK PRODUCTS 



'Your local dairy for over 50 years" 



ROBERT ^^ ILKINSON 

PHOTOGRAPHER 

COMMERCIAL PORTRAITS 

WEDDINGS 

871 Broad Street 

Dial 2-3070 



Murphy & Robinson 

PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS 

Member Opticians Guild 

1451 Harper St. Dial 4-2729 

Lobby S. F. Bldp. Dial 2-5641 



Compliments of 

Marks Sur^^ical SuppHes, 
Inc. 

1429 Harper Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



Motor Oils Greases 

Fuel Oils Chemicals 

SANITARY SUPPLIES 

Your Trade Solicited and 

Appreciated 

Phoenix Oil Company 



625 Fifth Street 



Aiitrusta. Ga 



Compliments of 

Richmond Hotel 
Barber Shop 

RICHMOND HOTEL 



M 


Lirphy Stationery 

Social and Commercial 

STATIONERY 

718 Broad Street 

Dial 2-2122 


Co. 



Compliments of 




Meyer's Prescription 


Shop 


"Prescriptions Filled Prom 


ptly 


Accurately At Reasonab 


le 


Prices" 




Lobby Southern Finance Bu 


Iding 



\\. E. Raines Co., Inc. 

BUILDING SPECIALIZATION 

AND SUPPLIES 

METAL PRODUCTS 

'hone 2-5553 14 Seventh St. 

Augusta, Georgia 



ROSENTHAL'S SHOES 

"GUARANTEED FOR QUALITY" 

Dre.ss Shoes School Shoes 

Keds Boots Capezio Ballets 

968 Broad St. Dial 2-4212 




ELLIOTT SONS 



Compliments 
of 

JENNINGS 
Drug Store 



BEST WISHES 

KILDUFF'S 

Variety Stores 

"The Little Stores With 
The Large Variety" 

7 Convenient Locations 





Compliments 
of 

John F. Hardin 



Augusta Sporting 
Goods, Inc. 

Exclusive Distributors 

MacGregor-Goldsmith 
Athletic Equipment 

Golf, Tennis, Basketball 
and Football Supplies 

210-212 Eighth Street 
Phone 2-6007 



Compliments 

BOWEN BROS. 

THE STORE WHERE THE ENTIRE 
FAMILY LIKES TO SHOP 

905 Broad Street 



— Since 1889 — 
"Buy Best— Build Better" 

Augusta Lumber Co. 

building materials 
i.u:mber mill work 

903 Eighth Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



Maxwell Brothers 
FurnitLire 

FRIGIDAIRES — PHILCO RADIOS 

DRAPERIES 

Experienced Interior Decorating Service 

Phone 2-6626 
933 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

Morgan Truck & Tractor 
Company 

640 Twiggs Street 



Phone 6-5204 — We Deliver 

Monte Sano Hardware 

PAINT — HARDWARE 

SPORTING GOODS 

1428 Monte Sano Avenue 

C. E. Blanchard 

Ati.L'iista, Georgia 



IC. II. .Mark;.. I'res 



-V. M. Hover. Jr.. \'ife-l'res. 



Marks Heating and Air 
Conditioning 

■")th Street Ext.— Phone 2-3645 or 2-1940 
We.stinghouse Air Conditioning Systems 

\\IM.I.\MS OIL-OMATIC EQl'ITMENT 

American Radiator Co. — Heating Equip. 

Engineering Contractors 

1)11,. n.AS. oil COM. nio.vT 

All; coxDiTdNi.vi; 



Compliments of 



S. H. Kress &Co. 



Known for SCHOLASTIC 



School Supplies 



lr\ in Realty Co. 

722 Greene Street 

■TIIK llf:ST IS CIIKAI'KST /^' TIIH I.OXf! IIUN" 

SALES 

MANAGEMENT 

RENTALS 



Augusta Radio Co. 

RADIOS TELEVISION 

PHONOGRAPH RECORDS 

"Augu.sta's Largest Record Department" 

855 Broad Street 

Dial 2-4638 



Macuch Steel Products, Inc. 

Engineers, Designers and Craft.smen 

1530 Augusta Avenue Phone 4-7717 

Augusta, Ga. 

Fabricators of 

STRUCTURAL, ORNAMENTAL and 

MISCELLANEOUS STEEL 



Roberts Motor Company 

15th at Broad Dial 4-1424 

Augusta, Georgia 

DeSOTO PLYMOUTH 

Factory Authorized 

SALES - SERVICE 



Compliments of 

RUBEN'S 

Augusta's Only Home Owned 
Department Store 

LARGEST BOYS' AND STUDENTS' 
DEPARTMENT IN AUGUSTA 

914 Broad Street 



SIG COX 

REFRIGERATION 

AIR CONDITIONING 

AUTOMATIC HEATING 

Phone 2-3556 

1431 Greene Street 
Augusta, Ga. 

YORK PRODUCTS 



THE FOUNDATION 

True inspiration comes to me 
Wtiene'er I see a red l)rick wall. 
In it, a symbol of force, 1 see 
Man's deeds both great and small. 

On a firm foundation of brick and clay 
The workmen must place each part. 
Our lives we must build from day to day, 
With strength of hand and heart. 

Thomas Sosby 



Stark-Empire 
Laundry 

LICENSED SANITONE 
CLEANER 

Cash and Carry Service 

DELIVERY SERVICE 

Phone 3-3611 



Sturkie Furniture 
Company 

2117 Milledgeville Road 
Phone 2-2162 

Open 'til 9 every evening 



A BIT ABOUT A BEE 

The bumblebee, so big and fat, 
He hardly knows just where he's at, 
VoT when he tries to see his rear. 
His wings, they always interfere. 

His sound, 1 think, is rather buzzy. 
His body is a little fuzzy. 
His legs are short and rather bent, 
Short also is his temperament. 



David Patterson 



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HERMAN 

AND ^ 

jMSTREEt 

K|al?ors 



Augusta, Georgia 



Three Percent Interest Paid on all 
Savings and Time Certificates 

Deposits Insured up to $10,000 

INTEREST COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY 

Realty Savings Bank 

"Augusta's Only Strictly Savings Bank" 

Alember F. D. 1. C. 

827 Broad St. Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 



Skinner Auto Supply 
Company 



Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

TO\\N 
TA\ERN 




124 Eighth Street 

Phones: 2-5377 or 4-9709 

If it is Good Insurance, 
We Sell It ! 



Compliments 
of 

Fulcher, Fulcher, 
& Hauler 

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW 
Marion Bldg. 



Bentle\ Brothers 
Furniture 

Broad at 11th Street 

"THE STORE OF 
FRIENDLY SERVICE" 

Phone 2-5309 



THE CHAMPS 

Richmond's Ronna win the state 
The cheerers' words proclaim 
But if the boys don't make some points 
Northslde will win this game. 

'Twas the tenth of November in seventy-elghi 
And Illchniond determined to win 
Hut slill they didn't have quite enough points 
And the game was about to end. 

But Atkins and Goodwin and Smalley and 

Force 
(Their (athers were men of great fame) 
Were out there, and they were all flghtlug so 

hard 
So Richmond could win tonight's game. 

Then Evans came through with a great for- 
ward pass 

That put Atkins over the line. 

The tans were nil cheering the rootball team 
on 

.\ow we were no longer behind. 

Tht referee sounded the end of the game. 

The fellas had really done great. 

And Frank Inman. Jr. had filled his Dad's 

shoes 
Giving Richmond her thirtieth state! 

Patricia Shackelford 



CARR'S OF 
AUGUSTA 

960 Broad Street 

AUGUSTA'S LARGEST 

and 

LEADING SPECIALTY 
SHOP 



Compliments 
of 

RICHARDS 
BUICK, INC. 

1350 Broad Street 



X ^ /office 



CE SUPPLY 

— TOM STUART — 

975-987 Broad Street 

Phone 4-3512 







Compliments of 




H 


LlU, 


U'illingham, 
& Norman 


Towill 



Champion Coal & Fuel 
Oil Company 

1335 Walker Street 



Compliments of 



Bailie's Parking Lot 



736 Reynolds Street 



Augusta, Georgia 



Diamonds Watches Silverware 

BECKUM & JONES 

JEWELERS 

Augusta, Georgia 

857 Broad St. Dial 2-6707 



Belmont Restaurant 

24-Hour Service 

STUDENTS' 

RENDEZVOUS PLACE 

Phones 2-9898 and 2-6796 

716 Broad Street 

Augusta, Ga. 



REAL ESTATE SALES 

LOANS INSURANCE 

Property Management 

Blanchard & Calhoun 

REALTY COMPANY 



Phone 2-6621 



Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

Audio-Visual Center 

216-12th Street Augusta, Ga. 

R. G. Smith, Jr., Mgr. 

Everything for 
AUDIO-VISUAL PROGRAM 




For Twenty-two Years "Your Oldsmobile Dealer" 

EASTERN MOTOR CO. 

UM Broad St. A«sui5ta, Ga, 

Phones: 4-1337 and 4-r.4nn 



Augusta Mill Supply Co. 

INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 

BELTING — PIPE — STEEL 

TOOLS — VALVES 

Phones 2-4657 or 2-4658 

636 Eleventh Street 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

Empire Furnitvire Co. 

"COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD 

FURNISHINGS" 

1203 Broad Street 

Dial 2-5435 



DIAL 2-5588 

Dixie Cab Sen ice 

553 Ellis Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

Garden City 
Engrax incr 

Co., Inc. 

Augusta, Georgia 



Hutcheson- 

Bentley 

Furniture 

914 Telfair Street 

Phone 2-9995 
Augusta, Georgia 





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THE HUNTER 

CastiiiK aboui a sullen face. 

Was a friend of mine so dear. 

Till he met a young thins with frills of lace: 

Now he's overflowing with cheer. 

My fortune has not been so lucky as his. 
For nary a girl have I found. 
Hut the tlme'll come when I'll find bliss 
And it won't be with some old hound. 

Bill Force 



Compliments of 

Houard Lumber 
Company 

"ONE BOARD OR A 
TRAINLOAD" 

J. \V. Tarson \V. II. Hadger 

1900 Milledgeville Road 
Phone 2-0^51 Augusta. Ga. 



Carey F. 
\\'eathers 

TRANSFER & STORAGE 
COMPANY 

LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE 

MOVING 

Operating in 28 States 

A COMPLETE MOMNG 
SER\TCE 

1268 Druid Park Ave. 
Phone 3-2211 





PHONE 4-3243 




W'add 


ey Office SuppK 

COMPLETE OFFICE 
OUTFITTERS 

224 Eighth Street 

Augusta, Ga. 


Inc. 



.Meet Your Friends H^rel 

\ ARSITV DRI\'E IN 

Gwinnett and Druid Park Avfnue 

Phone 4-39 45 Augusta, Ga. 

BEST IN MUSIC 

BEST IN FOOD 



Towner-Kirkland Transfer 
Company 

Agent for HOWARD VAN LINES 

901 Reynolds St. Phone 2-6795 

Emory Towner 

"YOU CALL — WE HAUL" 

House Moving — Transfer Distribution 

Storage Facilities Pool Car Senice 




VAUi 



AM&PM 



1050 On Your Dial 

THE SWEET MUSIC STATION 



Where Quality, Accuracy, 

and Fair Policy 

Prevail 

Twiggs 

Prescription 

Opticians 

TO EYE PHYSICIANS 

Phone 2-5077 

AUGUSTA GEORGIA 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

THE 

MILLER 

THEATRE 



AND THERE WAS A 
LIGHT IN THE WINDOW 

1 woke up tired and weary. Tte first thing 
I noticed was a light in the window. An auto- 
mobile was pulling up to the cabin. Was it 
the cops or my girl. Janie Lou? 1 loaded my 
revolver and slipped out of bed. The car had 
eased to a halt and 1 heard two doors slam. 
It was the cops! Somebody had squealed. 

I hid behind the door as they came up on 
the porch. When they busted through the door 
1 emptied my revolver into them- That torty- 
five leaves some terrible holes I The only thing 
left to do was blow the place. 

The super-highway was just four miles from 
the cabin and I made it in less than five min- 
utes. The cop car would surely be recognized 
so 1 pulled into the Xo. 1 Drive In and bor- 
rowed a 57 Che\T. When 1 got to Broad Street 
it was already after midnight. 1 parked be- 
hind Kim Lea's Laundry and sprinted to the 
Richland Hotel. 

Janie Lou's room was on the third floor and 
the moment 1 rang the bell the door opened. 
There stood Black Mike and five of his boys. 
Janie Lou's body lay on the rug riddled with 
bullets. 

The paper says that Black Mike and his 
friends were caught leavin.g the hotel after 
they bumped me off. They all have new homes 
in the Federal Pen in Atlanta. 

It's getting sorta hot down here where I 
am. so guess I'll get back to work. Those 
asbestos newspapers don't come but twice a 
month anyway. 

Bill Force 



MURRAY'S 
FLORIST 



BEST WISHES 







NBC AFFILIATE 



Compliments 


of 


DORIS JEWELERS 


913 BROAD ST. 



Augusta Hard\^"are Co. 

2255 Milledgeville Road 

Phone 6-3375 

"A COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY 

HARDWARE AT A REASONABLE 

PRICE" 



Augusta Garage 




Compliments 
of 


"PROMPT SERVICE . . . CALL 2-6885" 




Southern Lubricating Co. 


628 - 13th Street 




Distributors of 


Augusta, Georgia 




CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS 
Gordon Highway 









Augusta-Houston 
Ice & Fuel Co. 

Thirteenth at D'Antignac Street 

Phone 2-7337 

Augusta, Georgia 







Ralph Fender's Garage 

2207 Milledgeville Road 

Office Phone: 3-3824 

Service Department: 6-5173 

Auyusta, Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

Southern Welding 

AND 

Machine Co. 

1789 - 15th Street 

"AUGUSTA'S MOST MODERN 
MACHINE SHOP" 



College Pharmacy 

1801 Walton Way 

Dial 3-3687 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 


B & B Lumber & SuppK 


Company 


LUMBER AND BUILDING 


MATERIALS 


Yard and Office — 1245 D'Antignac St. 


Comer 13th 


Phone 2-6639 



CHARTERED BUSES ANYWHERE' 
CALL 

\alley Coaches, Inc. 

Phone 4-3543 

1439 Greene Street 

Augusta, Ga. 



Congratulations 

And 

Best Wishes 



FROM YOUR FRIENDS AT THE 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK 
AND TRUST COMPANY 



Of Augusta 



Iain Office 



Walton Way Office 



THE CITIZENS & SOUTHERN 
NATIONAL BANK 



THE GEORGIA RAILROAD BANK 
AND TRUST COMPANY 



Main Office 



Gwinnett St. Office 



Uptown Branch 



Camp Gordon Facility 



Daniel Village 



Best Wishes to the 
CLASS OF 'o? 

GUY C. SMITH 
Construction Company 




■tl't NO rL*Ct tlHl Ml 



719 Broad Street 
Phone 4-7738 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

Kings \\'ay Pharmacy 



2107 KINGS WAY 



Phone 3-4456 



Monte Sano Pharmacy 

1426 MONTE SANO AVE. Phone 6-2553 



Thompson's Pharmacy 

2860 DEANS BRIDGE RD. Phone 3-4414 



Compliments 
of 

Nicholson, Fleming And 
Barton 

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW 



Cl.ARENCE MOBLEV CONTRACTING 
COMPANY 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
"LOWEST PRICES — MAINTENANCE CONSIDERED" 




730 Broad Street 
Phone 4-2145 Augusta, Ga. 



Swann Transfer And 
Storage Co. 

.MO\ING - STORING - PACKING 
CRATING 

"Your MAYFLOWER Agent" 

705 -11th St. Phone 4-3539 



of 



Compliments 



Fruitland Nurseries 



"THE GARDEN CENTER' 



C. D. WIDENER 

MARINE SALES 

1501 Hicks Street 

Phone 4-7021 



Pontiac Master Auto 
Service 




1027 Telfair Street 
Phone 2-8841 



THE 

BON AIR 

HOTEL 

Walton Way 
Augusta, Ga. 




Mrs. Jack H. Le\ y's 

SCHOOL OF BALLET 

Partridge Inn 

Phone 6-9061 Augusta, Ga. 

CLASSES FOR ALL AGES 




Electrical 

Equipment 

Company 

1441 Greene St. 



"onoKKow /'^^^ WILL t^kKcw bew\m^ 





"ALL YOUR CLOTHES SHOULD 










GO TO SNOW'S ... and Shoes. Too" 




HARBIN'S 

FLOWERS AND GIFTS 






^LumiMs 




Metcalf at Walton Way 
Augusta, Ga. 






LAUNDRY CLEANING 








"THE FAT 




Compliments of 


MAN'S 
GOT 'EM" 








BRIGHAM'S 

Super Markets 






!1l ^MM 


Corner of 




\/^ 




Ml ItIp 
Ilk I -'^ 


2114 Broad Street 


Gwinnett St. and Druid 




r r 




5th and Ellis Streets 


Park Avenue 


V'' c 


\j 


1^ a»^^ i 


2500 Milledgeville Road 




u^-wv' 














LASETER'S 


^^F^^- w") I 




Compliments of 


MEDICAL ARTS 






TRAILWAVS 


Pharmacy 


■PIkI 




GRILL 


Medical Arts Bldg. 




638 Greene Street 


Augusta, Ga. 




Phone 4-1793 




Band and Orche.-;tra Instruments 










Expert Instrument Repairing 




Compliments 






Schneider's Music Center 




of 






"EVERYTHING MUSICAL" 










Complete Line of Sheet Music and 




Bovs' Catholic Hi<^h 






Teaching Material 
312 - 8th Street Phone 4-8947 




School 






Augusta, Ga. 









Walker Motor Compan)' 




SALES & SERVICE 

Broad at 14th St. 

Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments 
of 

Hardy's Cleaners 

FOR PICK-UP AND 

DELIVERY 

Dial 3-4545 

1803 Walton Way Augusta, Ga. 



Fair Appliance Co. 

KELVINATOR SALES & SERVICE 
519 - 13th Street 



Tompkins Music Co, 

VISIT TOMPKINS' "RECORD BAR' 

318 - 8th Street 
Phone 2-7339 Augusta, Ga. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

SOUTHERN ROADBUII.DERS, INC. 

General Contractors 

P. O. Box 1129 Telephone 6-8433 or 6-8434 

REDIMIX PLANT — TELEPHONE 2-8534 



W. F. Bentlev & Son 



FINE FURNITURE 



901 Broad St. 



Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments 
of 

A Friend 





Compliments 




of 


The 


S & S CAFETERIA 




11:00 A. M. to 2:30 P. M. 




4:45 P. M. to 8:00 P. M. 


821 Broad St. Phone 4-1920 



F. E. FERRIS & CO. 



The Finest in 



MEN'S CLOTHING 



752 Broad Street 



BEST WISHES 



Penney's 



ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY! 









Compliments 
of 




Compliments 
of 

Tri -State Augusta, Inc. 


LOMBARD BRINSON 




INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION 


756 Broad St. Telephone 2-7964 




EQUIPMENT 
Olive Road Augusta, Ga. 


Hendee Insurance Atrenc> 




Compliments 


Representing 




of 


THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE 




United States Guaranty- 


COMPANIES 




Life Insurance Co. 


200 Fuller Bldg. Phone 4-1457 




Home Office: Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments 
of 

PARKER'S 

Maxwell House 

Pharmacy 

Phones 2-4695 and 2-4696 

1002 Greene Street 

Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments 
of 

Wren Optical 
Co. 




ODE TO ALGEBRA 

In Algebra class the teacher raves 
He's making students into slaves. 
The subject is so very deep 
My mind begins to slowly creep 
And eyes stare into empty space 
For in the mayhem and confusion 
I've drawn myself a rare conclusion: 
Tis useless in the first place. 

Jim Gordon 



AUGUSTA 

FIRST 

IN TELEVISION 



STAR 

LUGGAGE 

SHOP 

Agents For 

Amelia Earhart 

Mendel - Sky>vay 

Lady Baltimore 

Samsonite - Hartman 

American Tourister 

726 Broad St. Phone 2-8167 



Palmer College 

HURST BUSINESS COLLEGE DIVISION 

CO-EDUCATIONAL APPROVED 

430 Eighth Street 

Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

H. Shmerling Jewelers 

"THE STORE FOR BRIDES" 

910 Broad Street 

Phone 2-5551 Augusta, Ga. 



For all big moments 



gi\ e her . . 



ii(M£/h 




MY HOBBY BOX 
$2.00 LB. 



Plus a Complete Line 

For Those Who Love Fine Things 



Compliments 



of 



H. L. GREEN, IXC. 

5c - $5.00 

CORNER BROAD AND 
NINTH STREETS 











IN AUGUSTA ir« 

DavisonTs 

M > OF DIXIE 









Congratulations 
From 



'^e'u^ ^tie^u^ ^imoet O^ 




|FEECmHTMliu'NEC^^ 



Lake \ iew Pharmacy 

"OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY" 

Phone 3-4495 

1800 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 




puMSE^ 



A & P SUPER 
MARKET 

1713 Walton 
Way 



1M£ GStAl Ai;>NliC & PAClflC I£a cOk 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

A FRIEND 



Palmer's Cleaners 

"YOUR SANITONE CLEANER" 

Dial 4-5419 — 2019 Savannah Road 

Branches: 

701 - 7th Street 

2610 Peach Orchard Road 

1427 Monte Sano Ave. 



Compliments 
of 



AVIS-RENT-A-CAR 



JERNIGAN HARDWARE 
COlMPANY 

WHOLESALE 

HARDWARE — HOUSEWARES 

PAINT 

FISHING TACKLE 

918-24 Walker Street 
Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments 
of 

Kings Way 
Beauty Shoppe 



The Buckeye 

Cotton Oil 

Company 

Manufacturers of 

Cottonseed & Soybean 

Products 



ODE TO A HONEY BEE 

Zzzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz 

Zzzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz 

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Zzzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz 

Zzzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz 

Iambic telrameter 



Tams Curlin 



A POINT OF VIEW 

The paths run round and round the hills. 
They never stop to see the ^ew. 
But it they. too. had eyes to see. 
They'd see much more than I and you. 
They'd drink in all the beauty that 
God's made for us. for you. for me; 
They'd not be proud that they are there. 
But thankful that's where they can be. 

Helen Kelley 



THE STORM 

Outside it's raining cats and dogs 
But inside it's nice and warm. 
With our glowing crackling logs. 
I think we'll weather the storm. 

The wind is getting much stronger 
The shutters begin to creak 
But we can stay a\vake no longer 
So it's off for a restless sleep. 

Jim 'Weigle 



Corbett's 
Ser\"ice Station 

SHELL PRODUCTS 

2638 Milledgeville Rd. 
Phone 3-9281 



Edward B.Turner 
Music House 

1712 Walton Way 

SHEET MUSIC 

REPAIRS 

"Home of Fine Pianos" 



C. K. Sez: 




REGARDLESS UF AGE 

STUDENT OR GRADUATE. 
YOUNG OR OLD, 
BIG OR SMALL, 

There's A Johnson Motor 

TO SUIT YOU ALL 



Compliments 
of 



Harris, Chance & 
McCracken 





Compliments 




of 


Keel's 


Ser\ice Station 


Baker Ave. and Walton Way 



Henry M. North Agency 

Henry M. North, Jr., Manager 

106 Eighth (Jackson) Street 

Augusta, Ga. 



FOR BEST RESULTS- 
CALL HULSE! 

HI LSE LAUNDRY 

Augusta's Most Modern 

Laundry and Dry Cleaning Plant 

Dial 3-4451 




um 



PIANO CO. 

E»lot>/i!(n>(/0»»r HoH> C«««i"7 




.M e r i a m E z e 1 I e 

INTERIORS AND DISTINCTIVE GIFTS 
PICTURE FRAMING 

2068 Walton Way 
Phone 3-9828 Augusta, Ga. 



Johnson, Lane, Space 
&Co. 

Government 

Muincipal 

Industrial 
Stocks Bonds 

Investment Trust 
721 Herald Bldg. Phone 2-7741 

Augusta 

Savannah 

Atlanta 



Compliments 




of 




Edmunds Drug 


Co. 


510 Broad St.— Phone 2-6855 


"Your Drug- Store To Down Town 


Augusta" 





Compliments 
of 



Gibbs Auto Wrecking 



Compliments 
of 

Vogue Cleaners 

1356 Walton Way 
Phone 2-1728 



Georgia Hatters & 
Cleaners 

SHIRT LAUNDRY 

B. A. Gavalas, Proprietor 

Dal 2-4094 

316 Eighth Street 











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Unil/ER>-iTV 




,TJ^^fHM^B.,.„,^.... 









Compliments 
of 



Belte 

Augusta, Georgia 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



DANIELS LINCOLN-MERCURY 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

A Friend 



Compliments 
of 

Southern Finance 
Corporation 

REALTORS 

Loans — Real Estate 

Rents - Insurance 



In the days when King Tut and his harem were learning the shag, 
and laying the pattern for the Casanovas to come, some serious minded 
intellectual of the ancients decided to place on record the virtues of 
building with clay. Even then, during the dawn of history, the durabili- 
tj- of brick as manufactured by the industrious Israelites was well 
known. 

In proof of this, we offer the inscription found on a tablet at Das- 
hur, which is located a little south of Cairo, Egypt. This tablet is on 
one of the great pyramids of that region. It bears the following inscrip- 
tion: 

"Disparage me not by comparing me with pyramids built of stone. 
I am as much superior to them as Ammon is superior to the rest of the 
deities. I am constructed of brick made from mud, which adhered to 
the ends of poles, and was drawn up from the bottom of the lake." 

We admit that all of the above produces a fond glint in our eyes. 

MERRY BROTHERS BRICK & TILE CO. 

The South's Largest Manufacturer of 

Structural Clay Products 

Established in 1899 

Augusta, Georgia 




FIRST 
FEDERAL 

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASS'N 

127 Seventh St. 
Augusta. Ga. 



Compliments 

Brown Transport Co. 

802 - 7th Street 
Phone 2-3575 



"FROM 


JALOPY 


TO 


JAGUAR" 

Boardman 
V Petroleum 






Ml 

J 


^ Inc. 

Gordon 

lliphway 

at 

AlilledKeville 

Road 

Phone 6-6466 




Richmond Supply Co. 

INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 

.MILL SUPPLIES TOOLS 

MACHINERY 

652 Seventh Street 

Augusta, Ga. 

Telephone 4-7792 



Compliments 
of 

Southern Cash 

Register and 

Fixture Company 



GOO'S WORK 
I love to watch the sun rise over the ocean. 
And feel its warmth on the sand 
Upon which I stand. 
.•\nd watch the expanding waves, 
As they splash upon the sand; 
.And when the sun sets, 
Like a hall of fire in the West. 
I know that this is only a portion 
Of God's wondrous work in motion. 

Glenda Eskew 

It was the night before the big test, 
I sat up all night studying at my desk. 
I came to school without a moment's rest. 
Then came the news. "No English test." 

Bobby Atkinson 



Compliments 
of 

E. J. McMahon 

PLUMBER 

1542 Walton Way 

Phone 4-3506 




Borden's Sancken Dairy 



A DIVISION OF THE BORDEN COMPANY 



ICE CREAM 



MILK 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Augusta Loan & 
Finance Co. 

$25.00 to $2500 

ON AUTOMOBILE OR FURNITURE 

"Phone For Your Loan" 

577 Broad Street 

Phone 2-3516 



"Serving- The South Since 1875" 

Rhodes Furniture, Inc. 

NATIONAL BRAND FURNITURE 

Johnson — Carper 

Kroehler 

Simmons 

PHILCO APPLIANCES 

1051 Broad St. Phone 4-9681 



Compliments 
of 

Pond's Ser\ ice Station 

2064 Broad Street 
Phone 3-9157 



Ben 


nett's Auto Center. 

2 BROAD STREET 
Phone 4-7779 


Inc. 



PEARCE- YOUNG- ANGEL COMPANY 


WHOLESALE FOOD 


FRESH — CANNED — DRIED — FROZEN 


"SERVICE WHOLESALERS" 



Compliments 
of 

Augusta Federal 

Sa\ ings & Loan 

Association 

767 Broad St. 
Phone 2-5063 



Compliments 
of 

Jennings Auto 
Suppl\ Co. 

1223 Reynolds St. 
Phone 2-6828 







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Compliments 
of 

Claussen- 

Lawrence 

Construction Co. 



Compliments 


of 


Monte Sano 


Beaut> Shop 


1426 Monte Sano Ave. 


Phone 3-7549 



1494 Wrightsboro Road 

Augusta, Georgia 

Phone 4-5466 



One of Augusta's Oldest E.xdusive 
Specialty Shops 

"Where Smart People Meet Smart Fashions" 

Exclusive Agents for 
EISENBERG ORIGINALS 

Frank Goldberg Co. 



724 Broad Street 



Phone 2-6491 




Carter Electric Co., Inc. 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 

Specializing in Industrial, Municipal 

and Commercial 

Phone 4-8201 
1503 Hicks Street 



Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. 

PLATE GLASS 

WALL & DOOR MIRRORS 

FURNITURE TOPS 

1371 Broad Street 

Phone 2-7395 



Compliments of 

HARISON-GULLEY 
CHE\ ROLET, INC. 

'AUGUSTA'S ONLY AUTHORIZED 
CHEVROLET DEALER" 



Compliments 
of 

Marbut Milling Co., Ltd. 

Office: 1515 Broad Street 
Phone 4-4352 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



HAGLER TRUCK CO. 



Compliments 
of 

0\erstreet TV 
and Appliance Co. 

433 - 8th Street 
Phone 4-2293 



Holloway Tire and 
Recapping Co. 

Phone 2-4875 
1260 Reynolds St. Augusta, Ga. 

Distributor 

Pennsylvania — Seiberling — Goodrich 

TIRES 

Complete Factory Method Recapping 

Service 




THE RED AND YELLOW WRAPPER IS YOUR 

GUARANTEE OF BREAD OF THE 

HIGHEST QUALITY 




The South's Finest Bread Since 1841 



DIAL 2-0088 

E. B. SATCHER, JR. 

Bear Wheel Alignment 

Frame Straightening - Wheel Balancing 

General Repair Work 

Tire Skimming 

1215-17-19 Reynolds Street 

Augusta, Ga. 



T. J. CARSTARPHEN CO. 



WHOLESALE 

1021 Telfair St. 

Augusta, Ga. 

Telephone 4-8211 




Sen e And 
Enjo\ 

PET DAIRY 
PRODUCTS 




COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

John F. Hardin, Attorney 

Hull, Willingham, Towill & Norman 

Fulcher, Fulcher & Hagler 

Congdon and Leonard 

Harris, Chance and MacCracken 

Lansing B. Lee, Attorney 

Gumming, Nixon & Eve 

Cohen, Cohen & Slaton 

Frank H. Pierce, Attorney 

Schuyler Clark, Attorney 

Nicholson, Fleming & Barton 

MEMBERS 

AUGUSTA BAR ASSOCIATION 



AND THERE WAS A LIGHT IN 
THE WINDOW 

At four-thirty A. M. a light came oa in 
George Whitton's bedroom window. George 
had been awake tor a long time, but when 
four-thirty came he could stand the excite- 
ment no longer. George had been waiting and 
planning tor this day a long time. In one more 
hour Ben Royal. Jack Ware, and Lloyd Farr 
would come by for him and they would be off 
to Daytona to watch Speed Week. 

Soon the light in George's mother's room 
came on. and George knew that breakfast 
-.vould soon be ready. He went out on the front 
porch to get the paper. He brought it in and 
turned to the sports page to look tor some- 
thing about the Daytona Races. He could find 
nothing, and after he read all the basketball 
news, checked up on Beetle Bailey and Dick 
Tracy, he laid the paper down and went into 
the kitchen to eat breakfast. 

After breakfast George's mother lit in with 
one ot her lectures. He knew she was going to. 
She did every time he went somewhere out 
of town. She told him to be careful, drive slowly, 
and call home when he got to Daytona. George 
had heard that countless times before and 
agreed almost automatically. He wondered if 
Ben's mother gave him all that trouble. 

George got his suitcase and sat it by the 
front door. About five twenty-five Mr. Whit- 
ton got up and came to see George. He started 
into the .same lecture that Mrs. Whitton had 
just concluded but George stopped him by tell- 
ing him he had just heard all that. Mrs. Whit- 
ton then asked George had he packed his 
tooth brush, raincoat, and numerous other 
things, all of which he had- When she suggest- 
ed that George take his coat, George went 
into a long discussion about how silly he 
would look in Florida with a jacket on. 

Finally his friends arrived. He kissed his 
mother and ran out to the car. It took George 
five minutes to get his suitcase in the trunk 
of Ben's car. When they were finally ready to 
leave. Lloyd Farr discovered that he had left 
his watch at home. George accompanied Lloyd 
back inside to call his mother about it. Just 
as Lloyd put up the phone, he found the watch 
in his pocket where he had put it when he 
washed his hands. On the way out. George 
kissed his mother goodbye, again. 

When they wore llnally gone. George looked 
back at his house one more time. He had left 
the light in his bedroom burning. 

Jim Gordon 

THE PIONEER 
Men of old were forced to use. 

broken down wagons and faulty tools. 
The labor to clear and till his land 

was supplied by the family of each man. 
His house was built of rough, green logs and 

held together with mud from bogs. 
His constant companion was powder and gun 
And when these failed, to God he'd run. 
So went the life of a pioneer. 

Frank Guthrie 

THE CALL 
The moon was waning in the sky. 
The drowsy world slept on; 
A lonely horseman galloped by 
To run before the dawn. 
His horse was black and flecked with foam. 
His eyes were dull and grey: 
The country doctor hurried home. 
After a long night's stay. 

Ann Bee 

We may have spring fever, but the less we 
fever now, the quicker we spring out of here. 

C. A. Lang 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

RED LION GRILL 



1934 WALTON WAY 



PHONE 3-7320 



WALTON PRINTING 



COMPANY 



"WE PRINT TO PLEASE" 



ANNUALS 



YEAR BOOKS 



SCHOOL NEWSPAPERS 



ENGRAVING 



117-119 EIGHTH STREET 



PHONE 2-7892 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



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WILL NOW til5CUS5 TOte LESSOR/ 



ACKNOWLEI )GM ENTS 

The staff of 1057 Rainbow wishes to thank 

The Administration. Faculty. Student liody and Augusta Merchants for their 

continued support and enthusiasm during the year without which this boolc could 

not have been published. 
In particular, we wish to e.\|iress our aiiprcclation to President Markert, Dean Maden. 
Mrs. Dessie Miller. Mr. Percy Wise. .Mr. Charles Cordle, CnpU Leander Hathaway. Miss 
Betty Clarlt. .Mr. George Scott. Mr. Frank Innian and to 

Walton Printing Company 

Garden City Engiaving Company 

Robert Wilkinson Photographers 

The Trident Calender, U. S. N'. A.. Annapolis for cartoon ideas 

LuRutb Erion and Joy Townes for the Cover Design. 






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